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This first Fascicle of a Materia Medica is placed before 
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{From " The Organon," Vol, III, Jan., 1880.) 

There is something marvellous in the fact that drugs are 
made more potent by attenuation; but it is still more wonder- 
ful that substances, supposed to be inert in their crude 
state, should be rendered actively medicinal by the same 
process. But the degree of effective action is not a fixed 
fact, inherent in any particular degree of attenuation, but 
is dependent in its manifestation upon the individual sensi- 
tiveness of the person proving it, or the patient to whom it 
has been given. Thus, when homosopathically prescribed, 
in one case, a few grains of the crude drug will effect a cure; 
in another it will have no effect, but a low attenuation will 
cure ; while experience has shown that often, when a lower 
attenuation is powerless, a much higher will effect a rapid 
cure. A beautiful illustration of this last fact is recorded 
in The Organon, vol. ii., pp. 511-12, where it will be seen 
that a rapid cure was effected by Carbo-veg, 4 M, after the 
same in low dilution, and even in the 200th, had been of no 
avail. Some physicians are waiting till they know all about 
high potencies before they use them. They think they 
know all about the 30th or 200th, but all they really know 
about them is, that they act. If, instead of ventilating their 
mathematics by a long display of calculations, they were 
honestly to try a high potency of the truly Homoeopathic 
remedy in a clearly defined case, they would never write 
more regarding the how and why. 

There is scarcely an article of food that to some one has 
not proved a poison ; and there are poisons that have been 
and are constantly taken with apparent impunity. As an 
instance of the former, I will mention the case of poisoning 
by Sugar recorded in The Organon, vol. ii., p. 444. There 
are physicians who never prescribe a remedy on one 
proving ; but as all these symptoms were cured with 

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Sac. -officinalis 10 M, 5 M, and 41 M, I accepted it as a 
proving, and have verified the correctness of the symptoms 
in my practice. The above is commended to the notice of 
the Boston University Medical School, who made a wonder- 
ful proving of Sac. -lac, and congratulate them on having 
so many sensitive provers ; and as they had many of the 
symptoms repeated while proving Garb. -veg. 3 trit. , it shows 
conclusively that these provers were more susceptible to 
Sac-lac. than to Carb.-veg. These symptoms, experienced 
after taking Sac-lac, are of value, and should be carefully 
noted. Again, in The Organon, vol. ii., pp. 286-87, is 
recorded a case of poisoning by Milk, which was cured with 
Lac-vaccinum 10 M, ; and another case is given by Dr. 
Brooks in the Medical Investigator, vol. ix., p. 512. Call 
these articles by any other name than Sugar and Milk, and 
they would be accepted as very respectable poisons. My 
cases were cured by the same substances, highly attenuated, 
they becoming by that process so dissimilar in physical 
properties as not to be identified with the crude article by 
any known test, except that of the sensitive human 
organism ; but, by that test, proving their similarity by 
curing the patients so that they could subsequently use 
sugar and milk, respectively, with impunity. "Scientific 
men," says a writer, "cannot admit that a degree of 
attenuation, beyond that in which can be found a molecure 
of the original drug, can contain any medicinal power 
peculiar to the drug from which it is made." But when - 
such an attenuation is given in a case of sickness, having 
symptoms similar to those which inhere to the drug as evi- 
denced by poisoning, and a cure results, not in one but in 
many cases, what other inference can be drawn than that 
the attenuation does contain somewhat of its original source, 
even though that somewhat connot be discovered by the 
most delicate physical or chemical tests. 

But it is said, "Do you not potentize the sugar of milk 
in diluting a trituration, and will not it therefore modify 
the action of the drug, if it also possesses medicinal powers ?" 
Certainly ; the 30th dilution of the third trituration of 
Calcarea is a dilution of the Calcarea plus the Sac-lac ; but 
it has been proved as a unit, and must be prescribed and 
considered as 'a unit, just as we use Opium as a unit, in 
spite ofits multiplex composition. On the other hand, if it 

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be asked whether the crude sugar of milk with which a sub- 
stance is triturated, or which may be employed in dispensing 
a medicine, will not interfere with the action thereof, if the 
above statements are accurate, I would say, "Try for your- 
selves ;" I have used Smith's 30th centesimal triturations, 
and always found that their action was that of the drug, 
and not of the sugar of milk, because probably very few 
would be, like the Boston provers, more sensitive to' the 
latter than the former. In this varying sensitiveness of in- 
dividuals to different potencies and different drugs lay the 
entire failure of the Milwaukee Test. 

The belief or disbelief concerning the action of high 
potencies afEects only the individual. If a physician is a 
believer in their efficacy, it is only because he has tried them, 
and can give his own experience for his belief. If another dis- 
believes, and will not try them for himself, and still de- 
nounces them and those who use them, he will most surely 
gravitate to Eclecticism,- or possibly retrograde to Allo- 

Hahnemann used sugar of milk as the most inert sub- 
stance he could find. It was because of this supposed inert- 
ness, and on account of my belief that there is no substance 
so inert as not to show medicinal powers when attenuated, 
that the following proving of Saccharum-lactis was made. 

Pathogenesis of Saccharum Lactis, 

(The sign signifies a merely cured symptom ; * signifies a pathogenetic 
symptom also verified by a cure. The figures immediately following a 
symptom denote the authority ; those in round brackets denote the days 
on which the symptom occurred; those in square brackets the potency ; r 
signifies right ; 1 signifies left.) 

1.' Miss M. Morgan, eat. 21. 7. Mrs. Burr it t, 11. D. 

2. B. Fincke, M.D. 8. E. A. Boardman, M.D. 

3. Miss Julia Morgan, 9, Wm. Eggert, M.D. 

4. E. W. Berridge, M.D. 10. J. A, Biegler, M.D. 

5. Samuel Swan, M.D. 11. Laura Morgan, M.D. 

6. Mrs. Camm, M.D. 

The provings by Nos. 1, 6, and 7 were made with the 200 cent. (Fincke), 
that of No. 8 with the 10 M (Fincke). The other provers took potencies made 
by Dr. Swan. 

Miss Morgan commenced her proving at 9 a.m., May 25th, 1871, just 
before menses ; she took drop doses of 200 every hour for one or two days. 

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The first effect appeared within an hour. Previous to the proving she was 
in perfect health. She had symptoms for two or three years. The 
omission of several hundred days is due to her discontinuing to take notes; 
she was so annoyed at the persistence of the symptoms, that she only re- 
sumed her notes after great persuasion. Dr. Fincke made provings on 
two ladies ; one took two drops of 30th, the other took three drops of 58 M, 
The symptoms from 3?th are here marked % A. Two symptoms marked 
[30] seem to be from another proving. 

Mind and Disposition. 

Sensation as if it were only by a great effort that she kept 
together, and would be much relieved if she could 
fall to pieces ; she threw herself down for that pur- 
pose. 1 (19). 

Loses her way in well-known streets ; gets completely 
bewildered ; walked from Fifth to Tenth Avenue 
while intending to go to Second Avenue ; wondered 
how the avenue had got on the wrong side of the 
city. 1 (37.) 

Imagines that there is a large hole in her back, just 
above sacrum ; leans body back, and puts her hand 
there to fill it up. 1 (39). 

Imagined that her mother wanted to kill her ; kept con- 
stantly looking round to see if she was coming up 
behind her. 1 (49). 

Imagines all day that some one is behind her. 1 (56). 

After retiring, imagined that some one was under the 
bed ; could not rest till she had looked. 1 (71). 

Felt afraid to go to bed without looking under, over, 
and in everything. 1 (72). 

Extremely nervous, jumps from her seat at the least 
unusual noise. 1 (49). 

p Intense nervousness, seems as if she would fly out of 
her skin ; wakes at 3 a.m., and does not sleep again 
till 7 a.m. ; worries about all sorts of things ; after 
1 M slept quietly and soundly till 7 a.m., with en- 
tire relief from nervousness. 5. 
10. She was taken suddenly with fear and trembling of the 
whole body, as from fright. 2 (1 after 3J^ hours). 

She thought she was young again, and that she wanted 
something which she feared she could not obtain. 
2 (1). 

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Mind and Disposition. sac. lac. Head. 7 

Longing and melancholy as if home-sick, with oppressed 
breathing. 2 (1). 

Awoke feeling very wretched and miserable, no particu- 
lar pain. 6 (2). 

Feeling of grievance and neglect, and as if her old long- 
forgotten troubles were brought back to her. 2 (1). 

Her heart aches as if it would burst, yet she cannot 
weep. 2 (1). 

The melancholy mood gradually lessens. 2 (3). 

The habitual sighing disappeared. 2 (6). 

In forenoon a condition of melancholy and sadness as 
previously, but less, followed by burning and pain- 
fulness in 1. mamma and nipple ; this breast was 
once sore when she suffered from mental symptoms 
for three months. 2 (3). 

Great fear of death during paroxysm of pain in heart 
at night. 7 (7) [1 M]. 
20. Inclined to be sarcastic and fault-finding. 1. 6 (3). 

* Cross and fault-finding, could not speak a pleasant 
word to any one. 8. 

Hysteria in evening, laughing and crying, jumping up 
and lying down, but could not stand, fell to right 
side. 1 (19). 

After going to bed could not keep from laughing ; this 
lasted for about half an hour, after which abdomen 
and feet were very cold. 1 (85). 

Felt too lazy to reach out hand for water, while very 
thirsty. 1 (19). 

Dislike to read or think. 6 (3). 


Pain about middle of r. lambdoidal suture, through to 

same point on 1. side. 1 (2). 
Sharp pain passing from r. temple in front of r. ear to 

lower part of it. 1 (1,102). 
Sharp pain in middle of r. side of head. 1 (3). ' 
Pain over r. parietal bone. 1 (7). 
30. Was awoke at night by severe pain over r. eyebrow, 
passing from outer to inner end, and leaving it very 
■sore. 1(8). 
Pain behind r. ear. 1 (13, 18, 24, 35, 38, 58, 70, 74). 
Sharp jumping pains behind r. ear. 1 (381.). 

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Pain in r. temple. 1 (14, 18, 21, 40, 99). 

Pain over r. eye and in front of I. ear. 1 (13). 

Pain over r. eye. 1 (14, 22, 25, 28, 29, 36, 37, 44, 45. 55. 
61, 68, 76, 84 99, 111, 129, 260, 300). 

Pain over r. ear passing up and down. 1 (17.) 

Pain in r. side of top of head. 1 (17, 316). 

Pain in r. eyebrow. 1 (19, 34, 51, 59, 62, 319). 

Pain front of r. ear. 1 (22). 
40. Pain in r. side of head. 1 (22, 26, 36, 47, 67). 

Very sharp pain in r. side of head. 1 (85, 86). 

Pain under r. ear. 1 (31). 

Pain all over r. side of forehead. 1 (35, 52). 

Pain in r. side of head, passing from front to back. 
1 (36). 

Pain in r. temple ; after it had left, a sensation of cold 
remained. 1 (38). 

Pain in r. side of forehead, about size of a pent ; after it 
ceased, the spot felt very cold. 1 (56). 

Pain in r. side of occiput. 1 (58). 

Pain over r. eye, passing to top of ear. 1 (52). 

Pain behind r. ear, felt cold. 1 (70). 
50. Burning like fire, and a thick feeling in a lengthwise 
strip of two fingers' breadth extending from r. fron- 
tal eminence to r. side of vertex, for fifteen min- 
utes. 2 (1 after 3% hours ; returning next day, and 
ceasing before noon.) 

Pain from the parting of the hair to r. ear. 1 (17). 

Sharp pain behind 1. ear. 1 (1, 15, 17, 28, 45, 47, 53, 77). 

Sharp pain from above outer margin of 1. eyebrow to 
inner canthus of both eyes. 1 (1). 

Pain over 1. eyebrow. 1 (8). 

Extremely sharp pains overl. eye. 1 (353, 361). 

Pain in 1. side of forehead. 1 (11, 12, 24, 47). 

Pain in front of 1. ear and over r. eye. 1 (13). 

Pain passing from 1. ear to 1. temple. 1 (13). 
60. Pain in 1. side of head. 1 (17, 18, 22, 27, 48). 

Pain overl. eye. 1 (16, 18, 22, 36, 34, 35, 47, 48, 50, 51, 
54, 62, 67, 79, 105, 117, 119, 289, 353, 361). 

Dull aching pain oyer 1. supraorbital region ; worse 
from bending forward. 6 (1). 

Pain in 1. temple. 1 (19, 27, 31). 

Pain in front of 1. ear. 1 (21, 39). 

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Pain in I. occiput. 1 (36). 

Pain over 1. eye, passing from r to I. 1 (36). 

Pain in 1. side of head passing from front to back. 1 (39). 

Pain passing all round 1. ear. 1 (39). 

Pain under 1. ear. 1 (43). 

L. side of bead felt all drawn up. 1 (56). 

Pain in 1. eyebrow, l (66). 

Pain passing from front of 1. ear deep into brain. 1 (84). 

L. temple sore to touch. 1 (74, 75). 

Sensation as of pressure on frontal bone at inner can- 
thus of 1. eye; felt very sore. 1 (116). 

Pain in 1. side of head and 1. ear. 1 (192). 

Pain over 1. eye all day. 1 (200). 

Pain in 1. side of head passing down to shoulder. 1 (220). 

On turning head to 1. side, a pain passing from 1. side 
of head to r. side of neck, similar to 34th day ; on 
turning head back again, the pain ceased, and a 
similar pain came over r. eye ; this occurred sev- 
eral times. 1 (260). 

Sharp darting pain on 1. side of head from temple to 
occiput. 6 (1). 

Pain passing along coronal suture from 1. to r. 1 (6, 19) 

Pain passing from 1. "to r. side of head. 1 (34). 

Pain passing from above 1. ear round in front to r. 
temple. 1 (7). 

Stitch above 1. eye a little back of eyebrow ; cannot 
move the eye without excruciating pain. 2 (5). 

Pain in both temples. 1 (42. 384). 

Pain in both eyebrows. 1 (82). 

Pain in both sides of head. 1 (109). 

Dull sick headache in frontal region, after lunch at 
noon, no other time ; with sensation of something 
rising from stomach to mouth, no taste to it ; a per- 
manent sensation. 1 (196 to 200). 

Nearly every day, a sharp pain over eyes. 1 (59, 72, 253). 

Severe headache all day through temples, worse from 
motion and looking down. 1 (293, 294). 

o Pain in forehead like a tight band ; when walking the 
brain seems to shake. 5. 

Forehead feels very heavy, with a tendency to fall for- 
ward. 1 (294). 

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Sharp pain in forehead, passing back and forth from 
one temple to the other. 1 (3). 

Pain in forehead and both ears, 1 (5). 

Frontal region very sore, but not to touch. 1 (8, 100). 

Soreness of whole front of head on waking. 1 (11). 

Pain in forehead passing from 1. to r. 1 (17). 

Pain in forehead all over. 1 (21, 22, 27, 37, 41, 77, 290). 

Pain all over top of head and forehead. 1 (344). 

Pressure of hand on top of head causes pain in both 
ears and top of forehead. 1 (6). 
100. Sharp pain in forehead and all over top of head. 1 (34) . 

Pain in top of head. 1 (13, 20, 25, 30, 42, 260). 

Pain in top of head and r. and 1. sides of neck. 1 (19). 

Pain across top of head. 1 (36). 

Pain in top of head and 1. ear. 1 (17, 316). 

Pain in the parting of the hair. 1 (25). 

Head aches all over top.and feels all drawn up. 1 (111). 

"Heavy dull pain, with sensation of heat on top of 
head, as after being up all night. 5. 

Pain extending from region above ears through ears 
into muscles of neck. 5. 

Pain all over top and back part of head. 1 (18, 22, 29). 
110, Dreadful pains behind ears and in occipital region. 
1 (299). 

Aching pains all over occiput. {1, 59). 

Pains all over head. 1 (25, 117). 

Little pains shooting through head. 1 (287), 

Pains in every part of body, mostly through head. 1(287). 

"Neuralgic pain in forehead, embracing region of 
mirthfulness, rationality, comparison, intuition, 
suavity ; also the same pain sometimes in occiput ; 
pain extending to organ of combativeness, and 
through whole ear down to muscles of neck ; aggra- 
vation in the regions described above, by the least 
draught of cold air, with coldness of the parts. 5. 

Vertigo. 1 (53, 122). 

Feels very light-headed when head is moved suddenly. 
1 (344). 

Head feels very light. 1 (100). 

Head feels dull. 1 (23). 
130 Head feels very heavy and inclines to left, 1 (22). 

Head feels all contracted with pain. 1 (12, 34). 

Head. sac. lac. Eyes. 11 

Shooting pains all over head and abdomen. 1 (3). 

Pain in back of head. 1 (X, 14, 21, 24, 25, 37, 43): 

Heavy and confused feeling in head. 6 (i). 

Desire to have head high when lying down. 6 (1). 

Head feels large, and as though all the blood in the 
body had gone into the head. 6 (1). 

Head feels confused, and as if it were tossing on a 
rough sea. 6 (2). 

Head aches all over ; feels very large. 6 (2). 

Head feels worse before rising, " 6 (3). 
130. Pain in both temples, principally 1., with distention of 
the veins ; pain throbbing and extending down to 
front of ear, to upper jaw, but not to teeth. 1 (694) . 

Pain in I, side of head and over both eyes, through 1. 

' eye and head to occiput, fi.' 
■ ° Drawing in neck -muscles and pain in occiput, feeling 
cold to the touch ; better from warm applications. 
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Head felt strange, heavy, and dull, with a sensation as 
though she could not hear, though she could. 3.(5). 

Between 1 and 2 p. m. fine thread-like pains passing 
through head in every direction, accompanied by 
nausea and loss of appetite. 3 (6). 

o From much fatigue and loss of sleep when nursing a 
patient, had feeling of sickness at stomach and heat 
in head ; the heat was objective and subjective, 
commencing in upper forehead and extending grad- 
ually all over head, and followed by tingling down 
spine, which made her move her back from side to 
side; during the heat in the head, stomach felt lifted 
■ up when she moved. Is subject to these symptoms 
from over-fatigue, and they then last till she has 
rest and sleep. One dose of C M (Fincke) relieved 
in one hour (without rest or sleep), and next dayshe 
was well. This action of the drug was subsequently 
verified for the second time on the same patient. 4. 


Pain through r. eye inwards. 6 (2). 

Pain in r. eyeball. 1 (294). 

Pain in r. eye, with twitching. 1 (lfi). 

Severe pains in both canthi of r. eye, 1 (19). 

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140. Pain in inner canthus of r. eye. 1 (56). 
Pain in outer canthus of r. eye. 1 (70, 78). 
Pain passing from outer canthus of r. eye to a point 

below eye. 1 (27). 
Pain passing from outer canthus of r. eye to r. temple. 

1 (74). 
Pain from inner canthus of r. eye to end of nose. 1 (2, 40). 
Pain from inner canthus of r. eye to corner of mouth. 

1 (9). 
Severe pain in r. eye, causing lachrymation. 1 (57). 
Dryness of eyeball, so that the lid would stick to it as if 

it wanted lubricating, preventing opening and shut- 
ting of eye or winking. 1 (182). 
Throbbing in r. eyelid. 1 (338). 
Swelling of r. upper lid, which increased to a large stye, 

the lid and all round eye being swollen and red; on 

third day it broke in two places and discharged 

copiously. 1 (74 to 79). 
150. Pain in 1. eye. 1 (24). 

Pain in 1. upper eyelid. 1 (273), 

Burning pain 1. upper eyelid. 1 (352). 

Pain in outer canthus of 1. eye. 1 (33). 

Pain in inner canthus of 1. eye. 1 (57). 

Pain from inner canthus of 1. eye to end of nose. 1(36). 

A little sore spot in inner canthus of 1. eye 1 (52). 

Water causes eyes to smart. 1 (58). 

Washing eyes in cold water causes a sensation as if 

needles were sticking into them. 1 (113). • . 
160. ° Neuralgic pains in eyes. 5 [10 M]. 

Eyelids feel swollen, which is not the case. 1 (1). 

Can only elevate upper lids half-way. 1 (1). 

Looking at a bright light dazzles and makes her close 

eyes; no pain. 1 (51). 
Small white pimples appear above inner canthus of each 

eye, half-way to brow; no inflammation round 

them. 5 [1 MJ. 
Sight fails; eyes tire very easily. 7. 
Her sight has improved. 2 (6). 


Pain in r. ear. 1 (3, 9, 17, 21, 25, 30, 36, 40, 81, 102). 
Pain in r. ear and underneath it. 1 (13, 22). 

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Pain in and behind r. ear. 1 (30). 
170. Painfullness of r. external ear (concha), with burning 
like an ulcer, also when touched. 2 (5 at 4 p. m.) 

Pain passing from r. ear to shoulder. 1 (117). 

Sharp pain from lower part of r. ear passing down 
about four inches. 1 (267). 

Pain in lower part of r. ear. 1 (279). 

Pain from r. ear to lower part of inferior maxillary 
bone. 1 (17). 

Pain in front of r. ear. 1 (42). 

Sharp pain in 1. ear. 1 (3, 17, 18, 19, 26, 59, 68, 101, 104). 

Pain in 1. external. 1 (34, 53). 

Pain in front of 1. ear. 1 (273, 300). 

Burning in 1. external ear. 1 (52). 
180. Pain in 1. ear and r. side of head. 1 (17). 

Pain in 1. ear, and sensation as if there were a gather- 
ing. 1(35). 

Sharp pains in front of 1. ear, sometimes shooting up to 
eye, and at other times downwards ; continuing all 
afternoon and evening. 1 (278). 

Pain in front of 1. ear, and at the same time in 1. side of 
neck. 1 (283). 

Aching in both ears. 1 (282). 

Shooting pains in and behind ears, and all over face. 1 

Pains in external ears and behind them. 1 (288.) 

Sharp pain inside both ears. 1 (1, 5, 15). 

Burning of both ears. 1 (24). 
190. ° Swelling under 1. ear about size of hazelnut, attended 
with great soreness ; at the same time mouth kept 
filling with saliva ; similar lump appeared two days 
afterwards under r. ear, and the flow of saliva in- 
creased so as to cause nausea ; the swelling of paro- 
tids continued several weeks. 8. 

Reverberation of voice when speaking. 5. 
. Buzzing sound in r. ear. 1 (40). 

Sensation as if she could not hear, but she could. 


Pain in r. side of nose. (170). 
Pain in 1. side of nose. 1 (42, 77). 
Pain in end of nose. 1 (37). 

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Itching of nose inside and outside. 1 (23). 
Itching of nose inside. 1 (52). 
Itching of end of nose. 1 (31). 
Nose felt, sore when touched. 1 (122). 
200. Ridge of nose extremely sore ; it feels sore to touch or 

or from the least movement of facial muscles ; the 1. 

side is the worst apd somewhat swollen. 1 (398 to 

Coryza. 2 (3). 
Catarrh of r. nostril. 1 (70). 
Catarrh of r. nostril only in morning ; the discharge 

smelt sour. 1 (57). 
Catarrh of 1. nostril. 1 (48, 49). 

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Pain passing from corner of mouth to forepart of r, 

axilla. 1 (1). 
Pain along r. inferior maxillary bone. 1 (14, 24, 25). 
Pain in r. side of face. 1 (25). 
Pajn passing from r. ear to under chin, and then up to 

1. ear. 1 (47). 
Pain passing from middle of 1. cheek to near corner of 

mouth. 1 (1). 
210. Pain passing from behind 1. ear to middle of chin. 1 (1), 
Pain jn lower part of 1. cheek. 1 (10). 
Pain in 1. side of face. 1 (18, 25). 
Pain in front of 1. ear passing up and down. 1 (12). 
Pain under 1. ear. 1 (43). 
Pain all round lower part of chin. 1 (2). 
Pain under lower jaw. 1 (3). 
( , Face feels as if there, were one large pain that covered 
; :', the whole of it. 1 (3), 

Pain in and.under chin. 1 (19, 21). 

Sensation as if lower jaw were dislocated; motion of 

jaw caused a creaking sound. 1 (19). 
,220. Burning in cheek bones, towards temples and lower 

jaw. 2 A (1). 
Pain all over face, then centering in r. ear. 1 (3). 
Darting shooting pain, centered in about middle of r. 

cheek, extending thence up to eye, especially to r. 

inner canthus, to ear, and up into right temple ; 

most severe at centre of cheek, considerably 

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Face. bac. lac. Mouth. 15 

decreasing the further it extends from centre. 

9 [200]. 
Swelling of face, with pain in head extending down 

neck and back to feet. 5 [C M], 
Wretched appearance, sad expression of face ; eyes look 

as from weeping, though she has not wept. 2 (2). 
Great pallor of face, with dark places under eyes. 1 

(321, 354). 
Great pallor round mouth. 1 (28). 
Lips very white. 1 (28) 

Great pallor of face. 1 (36, 49 54, 57, 110, 269). ' 
Very dark below eyes. 1 (61). 
230. Dark brown circles round eyes, most marked beneath 
. . them. 1 (34, 36, 39; 82). 

Corners of mouth smart and burn. 6 (1, 2). ' 
Symphysis menti smarts. 6 (2). - 


Sore on 1. side of tongue. 1 (9). 

Tongue coated yellow on each side, but none on middle 

or edges. 1 )22, 23). 
Tongue coated white. 1 (30, 53). 
Tongue coated yellow. 1 (31, 43, 74, 86). 
" Lips feel very sore and raw. 1 (55). 
Lips dry, with great thirst. 1 (24). 
Lips very white. 1 (28) . 
240. Putrid taste in mouth. 1 (52). 

Putrid taste in mouth after eating. 1 (60, 61). 

Fine spicy taste in mouth. 2 (2). 

Taste in mouth like fresh nuts. 2 [30] . 

Thick bitter mucus in mouth during morning ; food 

tastes fresh, as if there were no salt in it. 1' (111). 
Burning in whole mouth, with heat as ' from drinking 

whiskey. 2 (2 at 10 a. m.). 
Roof of mouth sore. 1 (64). 
Expectoration of phlegm or ropy slimy saliva from 

mouth and fauces. 8. 
Sensation of coolness, aB of ice in mouth and throat. 

Soreness like blisters in mouth and on tongue. 

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16 Throat. sac. lac. Appetite. Stomach. 


Sensation when swallowing as of a fish bone in throat. 
1 (23). 
250. Soreness in upper anterior part of throat when swallow- 
ing- 1. (22). 

Throat feels sore when swallowing. 1 (25). 

Spasmodic stricture in Eesophagus. 1 (58). 

Globus hystericus after lunch at noon, with dull sick 
headache. 1 (192) . 

Throat very sensitive to external pressure ; the least 
* pressure causes a feeling as if she were choking. 1 

(312, 313, 315). 

Expectoration of sweet and somewhat viscid mucus, all 
through the proving ; she had had this symptom for 
years, but some time before the proving bad been 
entirely cured of it by Stannum 10 M. 1 (41). 


Hungry all the time ; eating does not allay it {this was 
general through the proving) ; hunger comes on 
about 11 am. ; has to eat a large quantity before it 
seems to reach the right spot. 1 (54). 

•Desire for dainties. 2 [30]. 

When first getting out of bed, feels faint for something 
te eat. 1 (356) . 

Appetite variable ; craving for sweets. 7. 
260. Much thirst. 7. 

Great thirst ; wanted large quantities of very cold 
water. 1 (19). 


Slight nausea. 1 (28). 

Nausea all day, but hunger the same. 1 (54, 62), 

Nausea all the morning, 1 (55, 64). 

Nausea all day, unaffected by eating. 1 (60). 
' Nausea all day and evening. 1 (62). 

Nausea for smothing to eat, but eating did not relieve 
it. 1 (342). 

Nausea like sea-sickness. 6 (2). 

Nausea does not affect appetite. 1 (60). 
270. Dyspepsia after eating hot pie-crust. 1 (169). 

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Pressure in stomach as if she had eaten something indi- 
gestible. Heartburn, with sweet taste coming from 
stomach, without waterbrash. 8 (2). 

Great distress in stomach after eating, soon passing up 
into chest. 1 (400.) 

Smelling of Camphor caused severe cramp pains in 
stomach and bowels ; previous to the proving had 
smelt Camphor without the least effect. 1 (26), 

Abdomen and Hypochondria. 

Pain in r. lower part of abdomen. 1 (45, 394). 

Feeling as if ulcerated anteriorly over r. short-ribs, 

worse from touch and when stooping ; slight swell- 
ing there ; also all next day till towards evening. 2 

(3, 4). 
Pain in r. side of abdomen. 1 (77, 384). - 
Pain in r. hypochondrium. 1 (20, 30, 32, 35, 42, 51, 260, 

282, 285, 321, 350). 
Pain in a spot just above r. ilium. 1 (17). 
280. Pain in anterior superior spine of r. ilium. 1 (24). 

Pain from anterior superior spine of r. ilium passing to 

r. breast. 1 (35). 
Pain in front of r. ilium. 1 (43). 
Pain in r. ilium. 1 (121, 131). 
Pain from crest of ilium passing to inner part of r. thigh. 

1 (18). 
Pain in 1. side of abdomen produced by walking. 1 (51, 

Pain in region of 1. ninth rib. 1 (6, 259). 
Sore pain in 1. hypochondrium, relieved by pressure. 7- 
Pain from crest of 1. ilium to 1. breast. 1 (5, 35, S5, 485). 
Pain from middle of crest of 1. ilium to axilla. 1 (6, 23). 
290. Pain in middle of crest of 1. ilium passing to anterior 

superior spine. 1 (10). 
Pain over middle of 1. ilium. 1 (15, 22, 27). 
Pain passing from a few inches above 1- ilium to axilla. 

1 (23). 
Pain in 1. hypochondrium. 1 (18, 39, 46, 66, 77, 84; 89 99, 

259, 269, 291, 299, 341, 361, 362). 
Pain from anterior superior spine of 1. ilium passing to 

1. breast. 1 (32). 

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Pain about length of finger . above 1. hip, which would 

come when leaning back ; lasted two days, followed 

by severe pain in forhead. 1 (32). 
Sharp pain passing across bowels just above navel, 

and all round body. 1 (1). 
"Inflammation and soreness of lower half of navel, 

passing off by morning, with greenish yellow dis- 
charge staining the clothes. 1 (10). 
Pain at navel. 1 (13, 34, 52, 58). 
Pain above navel. 1 (18, 24, 42). 
300. Cramp pains just above navel. 1 (36). ' ■ ■ " 

Eating ' a banana caused a dull zigzag pain to pass 

slowly from navel downward. 1 (37, 38). 
Pain all round navel. 4 (43); 
Pain passing across abdomen above navel from r. to 1. 

Pain, passing above navel from 1. to r.,and then back 

again. 1 (121). 
Pain passing across lower abdomen. 1 (1), 
Lower part of abdomen and pelvis feel sore to touch. 

1 (7). • ■ 

• At noon, very severe pains in lower abdomen, making 

her feel sick all over. 1 (256, 257, 258). 
Pain in lower part of abdomen in the morning. 1 (282). 
Pain along lower part of Poupart's ligament from above 

down. 1 (17). 
310. Sensation of extreme cold passing in a fine line from 

centre of pubes to a point two or three inches above, 

1 (IS). 
Pain all through pelvis. 1 (23). 
Shooting pains in pelvis. 1 (36). 
Little short pains all over abdomen, chest, and back, 

shooting in every direction. 1(1). 
Pains all across abdomen and pelvis, making it almost 

impossible to stand erect. 1 (5). t 

Pain all day in abdomen and pelvis, worse on 1. side ; 

not affected by menstrual flow. 1 (32). 
Severe pains' in abdomen and pelvis during menses, 

entirely relieved during a sail on salt-water, but 

returning when she came home. 1 (33). 
Abdomen sore and sensitive to touch. 1 (23.). 

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Abdomen sore to touch, painful from the jar caused by 

walking. 1 (64). 
Pain in bowels. 1 (105, 109). 
320. Woke in night with severe pain in bowels. 1 (108). 
Cramp in bowels, caused by walking. 1 (37). 
Dreadful cramps in bowels as if diarrhcea were coming 

on, but no stool. 1 (353). 
Great distention of abdomen after eating. 1 (64). 
Pain from crest of ilium, either side, to sacrum. 1 (3). 
Pain passing from middle of crest of each ilium to centre 

of dorsal region. 1 (27). 
Pain all round waist and hip. 1 (114). 
Pain all round waist. 1 (119). 
Pain commencing at waist and passing to top of r. 

breast. 1 (337). 

Rectum and Stool. 

Severe pain passing through abdomen during stool; felt 

very sore inside. 1 (83) 
330. Stool preceded by shooting pains across abdomen, which 

are relieved by stool. 1 (3, 18). 
Before stool, pains in breasts and upper abdomen. 1 

(45, 457). 
Pain in abdomen before stool. 1 (18, 35, 26). 
Before stool, the hands exhaled a fsecal odour, which 

passed away after stool. 1 (52 to 60). 
The first intimation of a stool is a terrible fsecal odour 

from the whole body, relieved by stool. 1 (286). 
Hands exhale a fsecal odour generally in morning and 

before stool, relieved by stool. 1 (53, 53, 54, 60). 
After stool, pain in 1. side of abdomen, chest, and heart. 

1 (133). 
After stool, feeling of exhaustion relieved. 1 (19). 
Urgent inclination to stool ; felt as though there were a 

great hall in rectum, much straining, and some 

flatulence, but no stool and no relief from the flatu- 
lence. 7 (8) [1 M[. 
Frequent ineffectual urging to stool. 1 (31, 106, 107). 
340. Frequent desire for stool, with tenesmus. 1 (106). 

Urgent desire for stool, but can pass nothing, only sit 

and strain. 1 (282). 

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20 Rectum and Stool. sac lac. Urine. 

Great tenesmus, no constipation, stools are quite soft. 

1 (21, 28). 
Straining at stool pricking pains in thighs pass- 
ing from middle front down to knees. 1 (39, 40). 
At night, as soon as she undresses, urgent, but always 

ineffectual desire for stool. 7. 
Great dread of stool. 7 (5). 
Slight constipation. 1 (11). 
♦Constipation. 1 (288). 
Constipation, no stool ; these days the hands exhaled a 

fsecal odour. 1 (53, 54). 
Diarrhoea; when at stool, pain passing from anus to tip 

of coccyx, and also in lower abdomen. 1 (140) 
350. Watery diarrhoea all the morning, with pain in abdo- 
men. 1 (49). 

Stools smell like rotton eggs. 1 (362). 
Great soreness round anus extending three inches up 

rectum inside. 7 (1). 
Constant pressure and soreness at anus, waking her at 

night. 7 (1). 
Soreness round anus. 1 (8, 14, 16, 34, 53). 
Anus sore ; the contact of urine with it causes intense 

pain. 1 (15). 
Anus swollen and sore. 1 (59). 
Throbbing and beating in rectum and glutei muscles. 

i (i). 

Creeping, itching, and crawling round anus, extending 
three inches inside rectum, relieved for a short time 
by rubbing. 7 (7). 

Shooting pains in the rectum. 1 (19). 


360. Urination followed by a thick yellow discharge. 1 (3). 
Soreness of urethra during urination. 1 (19). 
Pain in urethra during urination. 1 (23). 
Very severe pain in r. side of abdomen before urina- 
tion, and sometimes, but not often, lasting during 
urination, ceasing with it. 1 (209). 
Intense burning of vulvae internally when urinating. 5 . 
Burning and scalding of the parts when urinating. 5. 

Urine. sac. lac. Female Sex. Org. 21 

Constant and urgent inclination to urinate, with cutting 

pain streaking up urethra after each passage. 7 

Constant and urgent desire to urinate, passing only a 

few drops at a time, 1 (9). 
Frequent and urgent desire to urinate, but can pass only 

a little. 1 (260). 
Urgent desire to urinate, increased by urination. 1 

(380 to 420). 
370. * Frequent and violent urging to urinate, with passage 

of a large quantity each time, l (240). 

* Urine causes intense pain when coming in contact 

with the labia, which are very sensitive. 1 (2). 
Sound of running water produced urination ; no power 
to restrain it. 1 (2), 

* Urinates very frequently large quantities. 1 (28, 105, 

106, 107, 109, 115). 
Profuse urination when first rising. 1 (120). 
Frequent urination, passing large quantities of pale 

urine.. 1 (260). 
Urinating when coughing or walking across the room. 
Passed a great quantity of urine and frequently . 1 (240). 
Involuntary urination in large quantities several times 

during night. 8. 
Delay of urination for some time, though the desire 

and opportunity occur. 5. 
Urine stains a dark yellow. 1 (3). 
380. ° Urine dark brown, bad-smelling ; no sediment, but 

cloudy as Camphor before a storm. 8. 
Shooting pains in urethra and return. 1 (19). 

Female Sexual Organs. 

Menses commenced to-day, very cold hands. 1 (4). 
Menses commenced with considerable pain in lower 

abdomen ; blood bright-red. 1 (4). 
Pain across abdomen during menses. 1 (7). 
Two or three days before menses feels tired to death. 

* 1 (393). 

Menses commenced normal in character and quantity. 

1 (32). 
Menses commenced, normal in every respect, but too 

early ; no pain. 1 (57). 

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22 Female Sex. Org. sac. lac. 

Menses commenced too early. I {Si). * 

Menses commenced too early ; no pain. 1 (108). 
300. Menses very dark. 1 (58). 

Menses black and thick. 1 (198). 

Menses almost black. 1 (S, 7). 

Menses too scanty and often too late. 9. 

Leucorrhcea on first rising in morning ; none during 

day or night. 1 (19, 69, 72, 130). 
Profuse greenish -yellow leucorrhcea- 7 (2). 
Profuse creamy yellow leucorrhcea. 7 (7). 
Leucorrhcea white. 1 (182). 
Leucorrhcea all day. 1 (122). 
Leucorrhoea all day, worse in morning. 1 (123). 
400. At times bloody leucorrhoea. 7- 

Pain in region of r. ovary. 1 (1, 61, 62, 70, 72, 83). 

Diseases of r. ovary when there is excessive pain. 8. 

Pain in 1. ovarian region when lifting anything. 1 (118, 

Pain in region of 1. ovary. 1 (22, 33, 69), 
L. ovarion region very sore and weak. 1 (121), 
L. ovarion region very weak and painful when walking. 

1 (182). 
Pain in both ovarion regions while walking. 1 (64). 
Constant pain all day in ovaries and lower abdomen. 

1 (88). 
Sore pain over uterus, sore to pressure, worse nest day. 

410. Dragging-down sensation in pelvic region. 6 (2). 

For some degree of uterine prolapsus, but especially 

when, and only when, they complain of an inability 

to walk in consequence of excessive fatigue. 10. 

* Lobulated growths on each side of vagina, nearly fill- 

ing it ; extremely sore and sensitive to touch, or 
from the pressure caused by sitting ; coming on 
gradually, and lasting more than three months. 7. 

Itching of labia minora, 1 (23). 

Itching of labia majora. 7 (50). 

* Extreme soreness and rawness of labia and entrance 

to vagina, with profuse greenish-yellow leucorrhcea. 
7 (66), 

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Larynx and Chest. 

Pain in r. hypochondrium when laughing hard, cough- 
ing, or going upstairs. 1 (192 to 196). 

Sharp pain at top of r. breast. 1 (1, 36). 

Sharp pain passing into upper r. breast, about an inch 
deep ; very sore to touch after the pain . 1 (I). 

Pain from upper r. breast directly through to back. 
1 (1). 
420. Pain under r. breast. 1 (17, 18, 19, 27, 43, 53, 61, 102). 

Pain in r. side of r. breast. 1 (10, 18, 67, 131). 

Pain in r. breast. 1 (19, 25, 52, 67, 286). 

Pain over r. breast. 1 (21, 23). 

Pain from below r. breast to 1. shoulder. 1 (39, 40). 

Pain passing into chest under right breast. 1 (68). 

Pain from forepart of r. axilla to corner of mouth. 1 (1). 

Pain in r. axilla, 1 (8, 19, 32, 35, 45). 

Severe pain in r. hypochondrium passing under breasts 
and up between them, better when leaning to left, 
1 (198, 364). 

Dreadful pains all the evening under r. breast, extend- 
ing a little below waist. 1 (304, 305) 
430. Constant pain under 1. breast, worse when bending 
forward. 1 (1). 

Pain under 1. breast. 1 (5. 24, 28, 29, 31, 55, 60, 286). 

Pain in 1. breast. 1 (7, 28, 31, 33, 37, 44, 76, 81, 341, 357). 

Pain in sternal end of 1. clavicle. 1 (8). 

Pain passing through 1. breast from below upward. 1 

Pain in 1. axilla. 1 (18, 19, 38, 45, 58, 70). 

Pain passing from 1. breast four inches below, l (19). 

Pain in 1. side of 1. breast. 1 (22, 106, 112). 

Pain over 1. breast. 1 (24). 

Pain in 1. hypochondrium passing under 1. breast. 1 (27). 
440. Pain from 1. axilla to waist. 1 (30). 

Pain from 1. breast to a point in front of anterior spine 
of 1. ilium. 1 (35). 

Pain in and below 1. breast. 1 (47). 

Sudden sharp stitches under 1. breast, so that for a 
moment she could not draw a breath. 1 (192) to 

Hard pain back of 1. breast. 1 (264, 305, 316). 

Painful spot on top of 1. breast. 1 (321). 


24 Larynx and Chest, sac. lac. 

Lancinating pains under 1. breast, which took away the 

breath. 1 (325. 
Severe pains under 1. breast at every inspiration. 1 

Sensation in region of heart as if a fire were there, with 

a feeling as if heart would burst, or at times as if a 

heavy weight were lying on it, all of which spreads 

from this region over the whole inner and outer 

chest, 2 (1). 
Burning and pressure on heart, with fear and anxiety, 

similar to the attack yesterday. 2 (2. returning 

again on 3). 
450. Awoke at midnight with severe pains about heart, 

which seemed as if it had almost stopped beating, 

with a numb pain about heart, lips, and tongue ; 

great fear of death ; when the pains passed off they 

left great soreness round heart ; tingling in lips and 

tongue ; could not lie on 1. side ; felt numb and 

strange all over ; pulse intermittent. 7 (8) [1 M.] 
On waking had a distressed feeling all through chest, 

and felt as if a deep inspiration would relieve, but 

it did not. 1 (280). 
Little sharp pains passing through chest and back. 1 

Pains starting three inches below breasts and passing 

up to them. 1 (18). 
Pains all over breasts 1 (24, 131). 
Pains between breasts. L (28, 2G9). 
Pains in and below both breasts. 1 (30). 
Pains in both breasts. 1 (42). 
Sore spots in both brests. 1 (107) 

Severe pains between breasts most of the time. 1 (2(59). 
4l>0. Pain passing from 1. to r. axilla. 1 (198). 

Pains passing from lower to upper end of sternum and 

then down again. 1 (1). 
Pain from lower end of sternum passing to 1. about 

three inches. 1 (1). 
Pain in region of sternum. 1 (21). 
Pain in lower end of sternum. 1 (30, 39). 
Hot flashes from lower chest passing up to chin. 1 (47). 
Pain in upper end of sternum. 1 (59). 

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A few minutes after taking the dose, the patient felt 
heaviness, aching, and soreness in lower lobe of 1. 
lung ; after ten days, says the pain has left that 
locality, but has extended up wholo of 1. side, pro- 
ducing a feeling of great weight and difficulty of 
taking a full inspiration ; on attempting to do so, 
she said the breath was cut short by a catching 
pain, and she dared not attempt anything but a 
short and almost suppressed breath; She was under 
great depression of spirits, but this may have been 
caused by the fear of poisoning which she ex- 

Air-cells expanded, after taking the medicine. 8. 

Short respiration and nausea relieved in a case of 

heart-disease. 8. 
470. ° Great shortness of breath ; the patient " Can't get his 

breath," 8 [50 M. and C M]. 
Breathing much freer than usual. 3 (1) [10 M]. 
Rough, dry. or tearing cough, with tightness of chest; 

upper middle and lower chest affected. 8. 


Pain passing up and down along r. side of neck. 1 (12). 

Pain in r. side of neck. 1 (22, 28, 61). 

Pain in 1, side of back of neck. 1 (10, 38). 

Pain in 1. side of neck. 1 (38). 

Pain from back part of neck to top of r. arm. 1 (289). 

Pain all round upper back part of neck. 1 (1). 

Pain in back of neck. 1 (7, 18, 22, 101, 116). 
480. Pain along posterior border of sterno-cleido-mastoideus. 
1 (8). 

Pain in r. and 1. sides of neck. 1 (10, 20). 

Hot flashes all over back of neck and shoulders. 1 (43). 

Hot flashes round neck and legs. 1 (50). 


Pain below . scapula. 1 (18, 67, 80). 

Pain with soreness at upper vertebral border of r- 

scapula. 1 (22). 
Pain in r. scapula. 1 (24). 
Severe pain under r. scapula. 1 (286, 354). 

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26 Back. sac. lac. 

Pain in r. side of back between scapula and sacrum. 

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Pain passing up and down from tip of coccyx to r. 
shoulder. 1 (2). 
4110. Sharp pain passing from near middle of 1. scapula down 
outside of arm to end of middle finger, and some- 
times to end of little finger. 1 (1). 

Pain below 1. scapula. 1 (18, 28). 

Pain in 1. side of back from scapula to sacrum. 1 (25). 

Severe pain under 1. scapula. 1 (272, 291). 

Pain running up back from waist, 1. side. 1 (381). 

Constant pain all day in region of 1, kidney. 1 (6, 80). 

Pain in 1. sacral region, worse when taking a long 
breath. 1 (130). 

Bunch as large as a 2-cent piece on 1. side of coccyx, 
with sore pains branching up about eight inches ; 
the bunch rapidly lessened in size, and in two hours 
was only the size of a small pea, but did not entirely 
dissappear for forty-eight hours ; for two years she 
continued to have a swelling and pain at coccyx pre- 
venting her from sitting with any comfort. 7 (5).. 

Pain passing from coccyx down r. thigh. 1 (18). 

Pain passing from tip of coccyx to r. shoulder, up and 
down. 1 (2). 
500. Pain in coccyx. 1 (14). 

When crossing r. leg over I. a sore sensation felt in 
coccyx. 1 (24, 131). 

Slight aching in sacrum. 1 (57, 63). 

Very sore sensation (not to touch) at and near sacrum. 
1 (25). 

Pain in sacrum. 1 (24, 30, 39, 83). 

Pains each side of sacrum. 1 (42). 

Pain in back from sacrum to scapulae. 1 (72). 

Pain passing up back from sacrum. 1 (19). * 

Pain in back part of waist, passing from r. to 1. 1 (20, 


Pain in lumbar region, 1 (12, 52). 
510. Pain or aching in small of back, relieved by leaning 
backward, for three or four days. 1 (220). 
Pain passing from lumbar vertebrae to half-way up 
dorsal, and then shooting off into both scapulae. 1 


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Pain between scapulae. 1 (2, 28, 38, 43, 45, 51). 

Severe pain in back, passing up and down from scapula 
to coccyx. 1 (37). 

Pain from back through to lower end of sternum. 1 (10). 

Pain all over back and sides. 1 (22, 27). 

Pain all over back, which ached and felt very sore ; was 
better while using red ribbon, but afterwards be- 
came worse, the aggravation being caused by an 
impending storm, which she sensed twelve hours in 
advance. 1 (24^. 

Back feels very sore and aches. 1 (26, 53). 

Severe zigzag pains passing from r. to 1. across middle of 
back. 1 (26, 47). 

Fine crawls, as of water running down back. 2 A (1). 

520. Dull ache all over back, and in r. arm ; canuot bend body 

far forward, as it causes intense pain in coccyx ; 

when stooping, as in picking anything from floor, 

has to incline body to one side or other. 1. (321). 

Back aches the whole length of spine. 6 (2). 

Upper Extremities. 

Sharp pain in all the r. fingers except little finger. 1 (1). 

Pain in r. last two fingers when using them. 1 (7). 

Pain in r. little and ring fingers. 1 (19 

Pain in r. little finger. 1 (21. 78). 

Pain passing up r. little finger. 1 (27). 

Pain in middle joint of r. little finger. 1 (32). 

Pain in palmar surface of r. index and middle fingers. 1 

Pain in r. middle finger. 1 (42, 43, 109). 
530. Pain in r. thumb. 1 (24, 73). 

Itching of r. thumb. 1 (48). 

Pain in, palmar surface of r. third fiinger. 1 (51). 

Pain in dorsal surface of r. third finger. 1 (58). 

Pain in end of r. middle finger. 1 (19) 

Pain in r. index finger. 1 (67, 68). 

Pain in r. index and middle fingers. 1 (297, 300). 

Pain in joints of r. fiingers. 1 (383). 

Pain in metacarpal and second joints of r. third finger. 
1 (259). 

Pain across r. metacarpal-phalangeal joints, 1 (324). 


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640. Pain in metacarpal-phalangeal joint of r. little finger. 

1 (86). 
Pain between thumb and inner fingers of r. hand. 1 

(61, 88). 
Pain between r. first and second metacarpal bones. 1 

(14, 18). 
Pain in dorsal surface of r. hand. .1 (14, 18, 28, 56), 
Pain in palm of r. hand. 1 (18, 40). 
Itching in palm of r. hand. 1 (24). 
Pains all through r. hand. 1 (26) . 
Grasping anything with r. hand causes pains to pasB 

from all the fingers into palm of hand. 1 (26). 
Violent itching of a liver spot on right hand. 2 A (1). 
Pain in palmar surface of r. wrist passing into thumb. 

1 (18). 
550. Pain passing from tip of r. little finger to elbow. 1 (304). 
Pain in r. wrist. 1 (12, 14, 15, 18, 19, 25, 26, 27, 32, 38, 78, 

81, 101, 337, 355). 
Pain passing from r. wrist to elbow, l (80). 
Pain from r. wrist to shoulder. 1 (34). 
Swelling in r. arm below elbow, sore to touch, and pains 

when she moves arm in certain directions. 1 (285), 
Pain in r. forearm when using r. hand. 1 (7). 
Pain in r. elbow. 1 (12, 18, 1!), 75, 78). 
Pain from r. elbow to end of middle finger. 1 (66). 
Painpassingfromfromr.elbowtotopofr. scapula. 1 (1). 
Pain from r. elbow to top of sterum. 1 (1). 
560. Pain from r. elbow to nape of neck. 1 (2). 

Pain from r. elbow halfway down to wrist. 1 (7). 
Upper part of r. arm, just below shoulder, aches and 

feels sore, but not to touch. 1 (286). 
Pain in forepart of r. upper arm. 1 (39). 
Aching pain in r. arm above elbow. 1 (182). 
Pain from top of r. shoulder to nape of neck. 1 (1, 15, 27). 
Pain from r. shoulder passing down to waist. 1 (6). 
Pain in r. shoulder passing a short distance down back. 

Pain in top of r. shoulder passing to back and upper 

part of neck. 1 (27). 
Pain passing from r. shoulder to elbow. 1 (27). 
570. Pain in back of r. shoulder. 1 (30, 32, 37). 
Pain from r. shoulder to 1. breast. 1 (33, 37). 


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Pain passing from r. to 1. shoulder. 1 (38). 

Pain on top of r. shoulder. 1 (69). 

Rheumatic pains all over r. arm. 1 (320). 

Shooting pains from base of 1. index finger to end, on 

dorsal surface. 1 (1). 
Pain in 1. little finger. 1 (116). 
Pain from 1. first metacarpal bone to end of little finger. 

Pain along ulnar side of 1. little finger, l (10). 
Pain in 1. little and ring fingers. 1 (31). 
580. Pain in 1, middle finger. 1 (28, 78). 
Pain in 1. ring finger. 1 (29). 
Pain in 1. thumb. 1 (6, 12, 81, 38). 
Rheumatic pains in 1. fingers. 1 (260). 
Pain in 1. palm. 1 (14, 15, 24, 25). 
Pain extending from proximal end of 1. first metacarpal 

bone, passing between third and fourth metacarpal 

bones, coming out on palmar surface, and ending 
' at metacarpal joint of little finger. 1 (7). 
Pain in middle of dorsal surface of 1. hand. 1 (27). 
Pain in 1. metacarpal-phalangeal articulations. 1 (45). 
Pain in 1. wrist. 1 (17, 18, 24, 26, 27, 61, 67, 79, 85, 86). 
Pain from 1. wrist to middle joint of middle finger. 1 (30). 
590. Pain in 1. arm just above wrist. 1 (84). 

Pain in 1. arm passing up between wrist and elbow, i 

(3, 46, 82). 
Pain in 1. elbow. 1 (22, 28, 38, 44). 
Pain in inside of 1. elbow. 1 (37). 
Pain from 1. elbow to back of neck. 1 (6). 
Pain in inside of 1. arm above elbow, i (260). 
Pain in 1. shoulder. 1 (15, 17, 18, 19, 21, 37, 30, 44, 45, 55. 

103, 108). 
Pain back of 1. shoulder. 1 (36, 100). 
Pain from top of 1. shoulder to under part of r. breast. 1 


Pain in 1. shoulder and side. 1 (73). 
SCO. Pain in top of 1. Bhoulder. 1 (42). 

Pains in last two fingers of both hands. 1 (18). 
Fingers ached so that she could not use them. 1 (182). 
* Skin under nails looks dirty, it cannot be washed or 

scraped off, for two days. 1 (10, 11) 
Pains in both hands passing to ends of fingers. 1 (6). 

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Pains in hands passing in all directions. 1 (7). 
Pains in both wrists, encircling them. 1 (4. 9). 
Pain with slight stiffness in both wrists. 1 (10). 
Pain passing from wrists to end of fingers, on dorsal 

surface. 1 (7). 
Pain in both elbows. 1 (5). 
610. Hot flashes in both arms from wrists to shoulders. 1 (38). 
Pains shooting from top of shoulders to middle 6f dorsal 

region, uniting and passing down to sacrum. 1 {%). 
Pain in front of shoulders. 1 (12). 
Pain in both shoulders. 1 (22, 33, 325). 
Itching of both shoulders. 1 (31). 
Shoulders and hips lame. I (118). 

Lower Extremities. 

Pain like gout in r. toe, sometimes slight pains upwards 

in r. limb ; toe will not bear contact of any shoe ; 

pain always the same standing, walking, or lying 

down ; continued exercise aggravated it, 9. 
Pain in r. little toe. 1 (7). 
Pain in top of r. great toe. 1 (316). 
Pain in r. great toe. 1 (42, 43, 58). 
620. ° Sharp cramp-like pains under r. great toe, on first 

stepping on it after rising, it. 
Pain in top of all the r. toes. 1 (57). 
Pain in under part of r. toes. 1 (38). 
Pain passing from ends of all the r. toes to ankle. 1 (2). 
Pain at back part of r. heel, coming on before 9 a. m. 

and after 3 p. m. 1 (2). 
Pain passing along inner margin of r. foot, and. then at 

a right angle up heel. 1 (2). 
Pain in top of r. foot. 1 (17). 
Pain in under surface of r. foot ; worse from walking. 

1 (52, 64, 104). 
Pain in 1. side of r. foot ; when walking the pain would 

pass down into foot and up leg. 1 (267). - 
Pain in r. ankle. 1 (21, 24, 42, 4:j, 129, 289). 
630. Inside of r. ankle felt sprained ; hurt most when stepping 

on ball of foot. 1 (118). 
Pain in r. ankle, so that she could scarcely walk. 1 (4). 
Pain in back part of r. ankle passing up. 1 (17). 

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Pain in 1. side of r. ankle, passing over top of foot to 

end of toes, then halfway up leg on inner side. 1 (3). 
Pain in r. instep. 1 (21). 
Pain in r. instep when bending foot. 1 (352). 
Pain in r. leg below knee. 1 (28). 
Pain in middle of r. tibia. 1 (36). 
Pain in r. knee. 1 (27, 31, 34, 39, 56, 273). 
Pain above r. knee. 1 (45) ■ 
640. Pain in top of r. knee. 1 (73, 79, 117, 282, 296). 

Pain in top of r. knee, worse when walking. 1 (1, 2, 12 

14, 34,36, 40, 42, 52). 
Pain from under part of r. knee to coccyx. 1 (6, 7). 
Pain from forepart of r. knee to anterior-superior spine 

of r. ilium, and passing back to middle of sacrum. 

1 (8). 
Pain in top of r. knee and back part of r. leg, 1 (16). 
Pain in under part of r. knee. 1 (17, 74). 
Pain in under part of r. knee passing halfway up thigh. 

1 (17). 
Pain in r. knee-cap. 1 (114). 
Pain starting from middle of r. leg and passing almost 

to knee. 1(27). 
Aching of r. leg above and below knee. 1 (114). 
650. Pain in 1. side of r. thigh. 1 (15). 

Pain passing down along back part of r. thigh. 1 (19). 

Pain in middle forepart of r. thigh. 1 (23). 

u Inflammation and awful pain extending down whole 

trunk of r. sciatic nerve. 8 [C M and MM]. 
u Pain in inner side of r. thigh and in r. hip, more or less 

constant ; but worse after rising. 9 [200] . 
Pain in r. hip. 1 (14, 34, 103, 123, 192, 356). 
Pain passing through r. hip from front to back, also in 

the reverse direction . 1 (4). 
Pain in back part of r. hip. 1 (44, 111). 
Pain in r. side of fold of nates. 1 (1). 
Pain in r. gluteal region. 1 (13, 18, 24 f 34. 74, 76). 
660. Pain in r. side of r. leg. 1 (26). 

Pain in 1. side of r. leg, and along r. side above knee 

1 (11). 
Pain in undfer side of r. leg. 1 (114). 
Sharp pain in large joints of 1. great toe. 1 (21). 
Pain in ball of left great toe. 1 (24, 51). 

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Pain just above 1. heel. 1 (53), 
Pain in 1. heel, worse from walking. 1 (55, 59). 
Pain in hollow of 1. foot, only when walking. 1 (324). 
Pain in 1 sole. 1 (19, 21). 
Pain in top of 1. foot. 1 (87, 38). 
670. Pain passing along middle of 1. foot to second toe. 1(15). 
Pain in 1. instep-and heel, worse from walking. 1 (267) 
Pain in 1. ankle. 1 (12, 18). 
Pain in 1. ankle and heel. 1 (60, 61). 
Pain passing from inner side of 1. ankle to heel. 1 (10). 
Pain just below. 1. knee, on front of leg. 1 (19). 
Sharp pain under 1. knee passing down back of leg to 

ankle, and then round ankle. 1 (1). 
Pain from top of 1. knee to 1. lower abdomen. 1 (3). 
Pain in 1. knee, passing three or four inches up thigh 

Pain from inner side of 1. knee, passing three or four 

inches up thigh and then down to heel. 1 (7). 
680. Pain in 1. knee. 1 (11, 22, 24, 33, 35, +3, 63, 76). 

Severe pain in top of 1. knee, joint of r. great toe, and 

outer canthus of r. eye, at the same time. 1 (19). 
Pain under 1. knee. 1 (21, 29, 75). 
Pain in top of 1. knee.I (29, 42, 51, 53, 78, 81, 108, 115, 

Pain in 1. knee passing to ankle. 1 (45). 
Pain passing from top of 1- knee and then running up 

again. 1 (273). 
Pain passing from under part of 1. knee and short dis- 
tance up thigh. 1 (27). 
Sharp pain starting from middle of 1. leg and passing up 

over knee. 1 (25). 
Severe pain in top part of 1. leg below knee. 1 (3 <5) 
Painful spot near upper part of 1. leg in front. I (14). 
690. L. thigh very sore to touch. 1 (358). 
Pain in 1. hip. 1 (li, 78, 107, 119). 
Pain in lower part of 1: gluteus maximus. 1 (46). 
Throbbing in outside of 1. leg. 1 (35). 
Balls of feet covered with little corns, which are very 

painful when walking. 1 (354). 
All her corns become painfully sensitive. 7. 
When standing for a long time, feels as if her knees 

would give way. 1 (273). 

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Pains in both knees. 1 (31). 

Pain in top of knees- 1 (18, 113). 

A great many pains in legs from knees down, for a few 

days. 1 (225). 
700. A spot just above knee is very sore to touch. 1 (78, 356). 
Pain in both hips. 1 (23) . 
Shooting pains passing in all directions round hips. 

1 (85.) 
Lameness in both hips. 1 (315). 
Pain in both gluteal muscles. 1 (31). 
Gluteal muscles feel very sore from the jar -caused by 

walking. 1 (43, 45). 
Soreness of gluteal muscles on pressure. 7 (7). 
Pains in thighs and hips. 9. 
Soreness in streaks, extending from anus down back of 

legs to heels ; can feel a rigidity (not raised) where 

the soreness is. 7 (2). 
The sore rigidities almost gone, but succeeded by a 

crawling as if maggots were creeping up to anus, 

for two days. 7 (fi, 7). 
710. Hot flashes in lower limbs. 1 (47). 


Great coldness as if a chill were coming on : hands, 

particularly the fingers, and feet, particularly the 

toes, icy cold ; could not keep warm in bed covered 

with clothes, and during day sat near a stove, but 

could not get warm. 3 (2). 
During evening -chilliness attended with weakness of 

back, as though she would not be able to walk, yet 

she could walk with an effort- 3 (4). 
All day felt an agreeable sense of coolness through 

body ; this passed off, and she then felt a warmth 

throughout abdomen. 3 13). 
Hot flashes inside body pressing from below upward. 

1 (38). 
Strange restlessness at night, feeling of great heat all 

over, the body covered with a light perspiration, 

just enough to feel uncomfortable. 3 (1). 
Slight perspiration during sleep between 4 and 5 a.m. 

3 (7). 

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Continual yawning all day. 1 ((1, 22, 34). 

Dreams, with fear of falling. 1 (15). 

Cannot recall her dreams. 2 (20). 
720. Dreams often of dead persons, of little children who 
are born and die; that brothers who really still live 
are dead or have died. 2 (22). 

Dreams fatiguing dreams all night. 6 (2). 

Awoke with the impression that she had dreamed of 
dreadful pains in chest; does not know whether it 
was a dream or a reality. 1 (290). 

Dreams of cattle, 6 (2), 

Dreams that rare beefsteak, of which she is very fond, 
made her sick ; the following morning, on attempt- 
ing to eat beefsteak, she became nauseated, and 
did not get over it for some hours. 1 (650). 

Could not fall asleep before midnight. 2 (1). 

Sleeplessness after midnight. 2 (30). 

Wakes for several mornings at 4 a. m. precisely ; sub- 
sequently wakes at 5 a. m.. for several mornings. 
1 (16). - 

Very restless several nights, waking frequently with 
pains in abdomen and chest, and tossing about, and 
throwing off the covering. 1 (37). 

Desires to lie down, but has no wish to remain after 
doing so. 1 (37). 
730. Slept at short intervals; sleep did not refresh her. 3 (4). 

Very sleepy all day. 1 (28). 

Does not feel sleepy, but has a strong desire to go to 
bed. 6 (1). 

Cannot sleep on r. side. 1 (269). 

Cannot go to sleep without putting arms over head 
1 (394). 

'Impossible to lie straight in bed, finds herself contin- 
ually lying diagonally across bed. 1 (525). 

Cannot sleep straight in bed, must be crosswise ; when 
she wakes, no matter in what position she was 
when she went to sleep, she finds herself across the 
bed. 7. 

Has to lie on 1, side, as she is comfortable in no other 
position. 7- 

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Very restless at night from itching all over body as 

soon as she is covered in bed. .1 (94, 95). 
Itching of both shoulders. 7, 1 (31). 


740. Sensitive in almost every portion of body, especially 
the feet, as if little pieces of flesh were being cut 
or pinched out ; the pain is so severe and sudden 
that it makes her start from her seat : succeeded by 
a stinging sensation, which soon passes off, leaving 

Excessively cold neuralgic pain in cartilages of ears, 
worse in r., with tingling as if frost-bitten ; rub- 
bing with difficulty restored warmth ; pain in fore- 
head, occiput, in region above ears extending, down 
through ears into neck muscles, and in eyes : these 
pains are all lancinating neuralgic, and are all icy- 
cold, as if produced by. an extremely fine ice-cold 
needle ; all worse from the least breath of air ; skin 
sensitive to touch as in inflammatory rheumatism. 

Small shooting pains all over her in morning. 1 (2). 

Body ached and felt very sore when leaning forward. 
1 (35). 

The pains, with but few exceptions, are all superficial. 1. 

Pains passing through body from front to back and 
from dorsal vertebra* to stomach, causing nausea. 
1 (43). 

Throbbing in various parts of body. 1 (48). 

Ached all over as if from a cold. J (118, 273). 

A great many pains all over her. 1 (220, 273). 

Felt very sore from the pains of the preceding day. 
1 (221). 
750. Pains all over, but not of any consequence. ' 1 (281). 

Neuralgic pains all over. 1 ,(289, 290). 

Short flying darting stitches in different parts of the 
body, quite painful, but bearable, appearing in head, 
eyes, ears, and face, as well as in extremities, not 
confined to any especial locality. 9 [200.] 

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36 Generalities. SAC. LAC. 

Great physical exhaustion, caused by overwork, com- 
pletely relieved. 1 (1) [repeatedly verified by 
Swan and others]. 

Except when stated, she has not experienced the sligh- 
test fatigue, though working all the time during 
the proving. 1. 

Anticipated fatigue from a laborious day entirely pre- 
vented by 1 M (11). 

Felt tired and completely exhausted all day, relieved 
by stool. 1 (IS). 

Felt perfectly exhausted, as though she coud not move. 
1 (28). 

Feeling of weakness in whole body, as after great 
fright or fear. 2 (20). 

Felt lame all over. 1 (290). 
700. General malaise, only during evening. 1 (315). 

The shooting pains caused complete exhaustion, as if 
she could not bear another pain, but this soon ceas- 
ed. 1 (3). 

Felt once in a while as if her whole body were asleep. 
1 (28). 

Felt as if benumbed with cold, though not really cold. 
3 (2). 

Could not catch her breath, felt numb and strange all 
over. 5. 

Trembling feeling, as if about to faint ; it lasted till 11 
a. m., when I partially swooned. 3 (3). 

Trembling of whole body while walking. 6 (3). 

The first days the symptom ceased between 9 a. m. and 
5 p.m. 1. 

The pains during the proving were intensified by a com- 
ing storm, the approach of which was felt some 
twelve hours previously. 1. 
Pains were aggravated in damp room or basement, but 
relieved if there was a fire. 1. 
770. All symptons relieved after 4 p.m. 6 (2). 

Pains were generally worse morning and evening. 1. 
The pains having ceased, were reproduced by placing 

a blue ribbon on her head. 1 (70). 
No symptoms to-day till she placed a bow of yellow rib- 
bon on head, which made her sick all over, follow- 
ed in a few minutes by severe pains across upper 
abdomen. 1 (71). 

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During the proving, the pains could be stopped by plac- 
ing a red ribbon on bead and another on neck in 
front. 1 . 

Very restless'all evening. 1 (21). 

Cannot bear to have any clothes over her at night ; felt 
cold without any, but even the sheet seemed to be 
too much. 1 (83). 

Could not lie on left side. 5. 

Desire to lie down. 6 (2). 

Desire to sit with feet high. 6 (3). 
780. Desire to lie down, but do not wish to remain after do- 
ing BO. 6 (2). 

Wasted, haggard, and wan. 7. 

Before fainting, great heat and burning in abdomen. 
3 (8). 

After exercising in warm weather or in hot room, 
would frequently faint ; after fainting, very weak, 
particularly in ankles, being almost unable to walk. 
3 (2). 

Felt better all day than I had for years. 3 (3). 

Prostration from mental exitement. Rushmore. 


{Trifolia Pratense— Mrs. B. After CM.) 

Entire sleeplessness all night, without restlessness or 
desire to sleep. As refreshed in the morning as if 
she had slept sound. (Coff. test.) 
Unrefreshing sleep during menses. 


Exceedingly low spirited ; everything looks dark and 


Suffusion of eyes, causing obscuration of light. 
Is myopic. S'nce taking the drug finds eyesight im- 

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While reading, from one page to the next, a dark flash 

occurs in the left eye. 
Fine white substance gathers on the tarsal edge of the 

lower lid ; it washes off with difficulty, leaving a 

redness at roots of the lashes. 

Head. ■ 

Headache every afternoon in frontal region ; relieved 

by pressing both temples. . 
.fust before headache commences, feels exceedingly 



Nausea after food has been down five or ten minutes. 

Nausea with menses. 

Vomiting food twice after eating. ■ 


The usual quantity of flatus in lower intestines, great- 
ly diminished. 

Anus and Rectum. 

Piles exceedingly sore came on during menses, pro- 
truding like a bag on right side to front of anus. 


Menses delayed a week. 


Very tired during menstrual period. 

Upper Extremities. 

Soreness as if bruised, or like a touch of rheumatism 
in upper part of left Brachialis anticus. 

Lower Extremities. 

Painful sensation of Gluteus Medius at its junction 
with the upper edge of left ilium. 

On the posterior side of left thigh, from nates to knee, 
aching as soon as she lies down at night ; movement 
and flexing the leg relieves. Only at night. 

Fatigue in the legs, do not feel it when sitting. When 
standing, and especially walking, tt is exceedingly 
apparent. Seems impossible to put one foot before 
the other. 

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LAC CANINUM (Dogs Milk). 
Arranged by E. W. Berridge, M. D. 

The sign signifies a merely cured symptom. The sign * signifies a 
pathogenetic symptom also verified by a cute : if placed anywhere besides , 
the beginning of the symptom, it signifies that the portion of the symptom 
to which it is attached, from stop to stop, has been thus verified. R. signi- 
fies right, and L. left. The unbracketed figures following a symptom 
denote the authority ; those in round brackets denote theday on which the 
symptom occurred, the day being reckoned from the first dose, or from the 
first of any potency where that potency is mentioned. 

All of Lac Caninum were from 80th and upwards. 

The names of corresponding remedies in italics are, with a few excep- 
tions, kindly added by Dr. Ad. Lippe. 


Laura Morgan, M. D. 

Q. K. Hazlitt, 

(from Thos. Wildes, M.D.) 

Miss W. (from ditto.) 

Mr. J. L. H. (from ditto.) 

H. K., a woman;' 

(from S. H. Talcott, M. D.) 

Mrs. M. A. Wheelwright, 

(from Sam'l Swan M. D.) 

Wm. White, M. D. 

Geo. D. Gale, M. D. 

De Forest Hunt, M. D. 
'. E. C. Chase, M. D. 
. Geo. D. Grant, M. D. 
i. Samuel Swan, M. D. 
. Ad. Lippe, M. D. 
:. C. Lippe, M. D.' 
, E. W. Berridge, M. D. 
i. A. K. Hilis, M. D. 
. W. E. Payne, M. D. 
:. A. Reisig, M. D. 
i. W. C. Pardee, M. D. 
i. C. F. Nichols, M. D. 
. Jos. Finch, M. D. 
■„ Thos. Wildes, M. D. 
i, W. P. Wesselhoeft, M. D. 
. B. L. B. Bayliss, M. D. 
. D. A. Hiiler, M. D. 
. G. H. Carr, M. D. 

r. J. C. Boardman, M. D. 

1. C. G. Schlick, M. D. 

I. Sarah J. White, M. D. 

). H. W. Taylor, M. D. 

.. S. Mills, Fowler, M. D.. 

I. J. A. Biegler, M. D. 

I. W. Eggert, M. D. 

, J. R. Haynes, M. D. 

i. E. A Farrington, M. D, 

i. G. C. Brown, M. D. 

'. J. C. Guernsey, M. D. 

i. Mr. A. (from G. G. Gale, M. D. 

i. Mr. B. (from ditto) 

i. Mrs. Taylor, 

(from H. W. Taylor, M. D. 

. Miss Grace Taylor, (from ditto) 
!. Baby Taylor, (from ditto) 
i. A lady 

(from E. A. Farrington, M. D.) 
[. Mr. N. (from C. Lippe, M. D. 
i. J. C. Morgan, M. D. 
1. C. Pearson, M. D. 
'. —Sullivan, M.D, 
I. D. Dever, M. D. 
). J. E. Winans, M. D. 

. John F. Miller, M. D. 
!. C. W. Butler, M. D. 
!. Miss Clara Gardiner, 

(from E. W, Berridge, M. D.) 

54. Mr. Fryer, (from ditto) 83. Arthur Deliven, 

55. A lady (from W. Eggert, M. D.) (from E. B. Nash, M. D. 

56. A lady patient, 63. Miss Nell, (from ditto) 

(from L. Morgan, M. D.j 64. H. N. Guernsey, M. D. 

57. Count Ghererdo Freechi. 65. E. A. Ballard, M. D. 

58. Paz Alvarez, M. D. 66. Arabella Kennedy, M. D. 
56. Mips Lizzie Moore, 67. Mrs. Baxend&le. 

(from 8. Swan, M. D.) 68. G. W. Sherbino, M. D. 

60. Several patients 6». C. Carlebm Smith, M. D. 

(from S. J. White, M. D.) 70. Mrs: Anderson. 

61. Several patient* 71. Mrs. Burdick. 

(from D. A. Hiller, M. D.) 73. Patient of Dr. Nichols. 
73. W. S. Gee, M. D. 


Laura Morgan, M. D-, set- 24, being in sound vigorous 
health, took three doses of 32nd centesimal on March 
13th, 1871, six doses March 14th, and nine doses March 
15th. On May 17th symptoms ceased, returning May 
25th. (Symptoms after 32nd potency are marked la.) 
On 27th she took one dose of lm (Fincke, marked lb,) 
and on 28th a dose of 40m {Fincke, marked lc,) in even- 
ing; the symptoms which followed abating on June 
19th. On June 21st, she took a dose of 75m (Fincke, 
marked id.) Symptoms ceased, with menses, on July 
20th, and on 28th and 30th she took one dose, each day, 
of CM (Fincke, marked lc.) From these doses symp- 
toms continued, usually at menses, till January, 1873, 
and then ceased. On January 23d, 1873, for "an op- 
pression and sense of suffocation in chest," similar to 
what she had experienced on 6th day of proving, she 
took one dose of 10m (Fincke, marked Id,) which 
relieved the oppression and was followed by some 
very marked and characteristic symptoms. There 
was a renewal of many of these symptoms for several 
months at menses. 

G. K. Hazlitt, aet. 43; health generally' good, sometimes 
has rheumatism, fair complexion, clear pale skin, 
sandy hair, blue eyes, nervo-sanguine temperament ; 
commenced proving 200th (Swan,) September 28th, 
1876 ; no medicine after 1 1th day. (Swan's potencies 
were prepared from Reisig's 17th). 

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3. Miss W., fet. 27; subject to slight catarrh of head, occa- 

sional sick headache, weak bowels, diarrhoea every 
summer, never had leucorrhoea or any uterine trouble, 
menses regular and painless, except occasional pain 
on vertex on last day; menses always four or five 
. days, bright red, drying dark, wash out easily ; com- 
menced proving 200th (Swan,) September 16th, 1876, 
during menses; afterwards took lm (Swan marked 3a). 

4. Mr. J. L. H., set. 28 ; fair complexion, clear skin, light 

hair, temperament prettily evenly balanced ; grand- 
parents lived to from 80 to 85; parents always healthy; 
one paternal aunt died of phthisis, and a brother of 
diphtheria ; has always had good, though not robust 
health ; subject to slight catarrh of the head, and an 
occasional slight involuntary movement of eybrows : 
commenced proving 200th (Swan,) September 16th, 
1876 ; afterwards took lm (Swan, marked 4a)- 

5. H. K-, proved 200th (Swan). 

6. Mrs. M. A. Wheelwright, took two globules of 200th 

(Swan) daily for two weeks. 

7. Wm. White, M. D., commenced proving 200th (Swan,) 

October 24th, 1876. 

11. G. D. Grant, M. D., proved 50m (Swan). 

12. S. Swan. M. D., took two doses CM (Swan). 
30. H. W. Taylor, M. D., proved 200th (Swan). 

38. Mr. A. set. 16; nervous temperament, had chorea from 

fright when young, mother rheumatic ; proved Cm 
(Swan) November, 1879. 

39. Mr. B. set. 19, dark complexion; proved Cm (Swan) 

November, 1879. 

40. Mrs. Taylor, wife of H.W.Taylor, M.D., set. 41, brunette, 

above average heighth, full figure, weight 140 lbs., 
strong, health excellent, nursing a baby six months 
old. August 31st, 1878, took six doses of 200th (Swan). 
September 1st, ditto ; September 2nd, about 12 doses; 
first symptoms appeared next night. All symptoms 
subsided by about September 8th. In previous winter 
had malignant diphtheria, with the same symptoms 
except the hypergastric pain and palmar itching. 

41. Miss Grace Taylor, set. 7, fair, tall, slender, bony; had 

membraneous diphtheretic croup when a year old, 
leaving enlarged tonsils and cervical glands. Had 

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diphtheria the previous winter. Took 15 to 20 doses 
September 2d and 3d 1878 ; symptoms commenced 
September 3rd, ceasing by September 7th. (200th 
potency of Swan). 

42. Baby Taylor, six months old, a fat, white boy, with 

black eyes and hair, had symptoms from the medicine 
absorbed through his mother's milk. 

43. A lady aet. 25, in excellent health, but had never men- 

struated, took four doses of 10m (Swan,) daily for three 
or four weeks. Symptoms commenced October 19th, 
1878. How soon after first dose is not stated ; in the 
schema, Oct. 19th is called the first day. The symp- 
toms without a date, occured between November 8th 
and January 5th. 

44. Mr. N.,set. 22; proved 31st centesimal. Three years ago 

had chancre on glans, removed by external applica- 
tions, and Mercury internally. Since this suppression, 
has suffered from excessive mental depression, and 
has at no time since the chancre, felt any of the 
bouyancy of youth, there is a want of ability to con 
centrate his mind on his studies; he has an indolent. 
painless enlargement of the lymphatics, principally 
of the neck and submaxillary regions. Since the 
proving his mental and general condition is much 
improved. Took first dose on night of November 25th 
1878, before retiring; Nov. 26th, a dose at 9 a' m. con- 
tinuing it every four hours; last dose at night, Nov 
ember 28th. 

53. Miss Gardiner, took one dose of CM (Fincfee,) Decern 

ber, 1882, for nervous affection of throat. After- 
wards took a dose of CM (Fincke) morning and even- 
ing, for six doses, beginning April 24th, for sick 
headache (marked 53 A) ; afterwards took MM (Fincke) 
thrice daily for fourteen days, for throat trouble, in 
August, 18*3 (marked 53b). 

54. Mr. Fryer, set. ^6, suffering from urinary weakness, 

took a daily dose of CM (Fincke,) for seven days, 
beginning May 13th, 1881. 

55. A lady twice took 50m, with the same result each time. 
5G. A lady took 75m and suffered an intense aggravation 

of her symptoms. 

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Miss Lizzie Moore, took CM for sore throat until re- 
lieved. (Swan's patient.) 
Several patients took potencies for relief of their symp- 
Symptoms noticed "in all cases where from 1M to CM 

have been given to patients." 
Arthur Deliven, set. 25, spare, light complexion, dark 
hair and eyes, commenced taking 200th (Boericke and 
Tafel), evening October 26th, 1883 ; took six No. 30 
pills every hour through 27th ; omitted it afternoon 
of 28th; commenced again morning of 29th, when the 
first symptoms appeared. Took no medicine through 
the night at all. 
Miss Nell, set. 32; blue eyes, light brown hair, bilious 
temperament ; commenced to take Lac. Can. 200th, 
Oct. 30th, 1883; took No. 30 pills, six every hour. 
Stopped proving November 8th. First symptoms 
appeared Novj 2d. 
Dr. Arabella Kennedy, set. 24; dissolved two globules of 
Lac.Can. CM (Fincke,) in water, and took a teaspoonful 
every hour. Had symptoms almost immediately after 
first dose, but no more, though she continued the 
Mrs. Baxendale, set. 29; took a dose of Lac. Can. CM 
(Fincke,) twice a day for fourteen days, for dysmen- 
orrhea which it decidedly relieved, but produced tooth- 
ache very soon after commencing the medicine. Has 
has had the same kind of pain in face and teeth from 
over-fatigue or much worry, but never at stated hour, 
or lasting so many hours at a time, or so many days 
in succession. 

. Mrs. Anderson, suffering from diphtheria, took 3d dec. 
from a chemist, with much relief; after the improve- 
ment set in, a new symptom appeared, drinks return- 
ing by the nose. 

. Mrs. Burdick, took DMM (Swan,) under Dr. Swan's di- 

, A patient of Dr. Nichols took DM (Swan), three weeks 
after diphtheria. 

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44 lac" can. Mind and Disposition. 


N. A. J. H. IV. (n. s.) 351. Organon, II., 204, 238-9, 381, 
311-3, 341, 484, 509; I., 364; III, 27, 102-3,338,379, 
362, 522 ; 'IV.. 130. H. M. X., 213, 279. H. P. I., 360, 
II., 98; III., 218; IV., 64-5, 103, 193, 297-8; V., 388. 
VI., 21-28. M. A., June, Aug., 1877; Feb., Dec, 1878; 
Aug., 1879; Oct., 1885 (v. 15, p. 213) v. 18 67 (copied 
from Organon), v. 17, p. 555-565. IT. S. M. I., Jan. 15, 
1881, p. 97. 

H. W., XVIII., p. 297, 359, 367. 

I. H. A. Proceedings, I., 115,259, 286, 296-7. 

H. P., VL, 410-11 ; VII., 65, 67. 

M. A., XVIII., 251. 

Mind and Disposition. 

Sensation, or delusion, as if surrounded by myriads of 
snakes, some running like lightning up and down in- 
side of skin ; some that are in R side feel long and 
thin ; fears to put her feet on the floor lest she should 
tread on them, and make them squirm and wind 
round her legs ; is afraid to look behind her for fear 
she will see snakes there ; does not dream of them, 
and is seldom troubled with them after dark. 1 (38). 
On going to bed was afraid to close her eyes, for fear that 
a large snake, the size of her arm, would hit her in 
the face ; it seemed by the side of the bed, and had 
its head near hers. 1. 
Sensation as if she were going *deranged (Calc.) 1. 
When she sits still and thinks, she sometimes has 
the most horrible sights (not always snakes) pre- 
sented to her mental vision ; she is terribly afraid 
that they will take objective form and show them- 
selves to her natural eye ; and she sits and looks 
under the chairs, table, sofa, and everything in the 
room, expecting, yet dreading to see some terrible 
monster creep forth, and feeling all the time that if 
it does it will drive her raving mad (Hyos.). She is 
not afraid in the dark ; it is only in the light when 
she imagines that she can see them. Sometimes 
she feels as if she could not refrain from crying 
out with terror, 1. 

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Was afraid for many nights to go to bed, for just be- 
fore bed-time, a huge snake would coil itself at the 
side of the bed on the floor, and when she would 
get into bed, would crawl in too, and get under her. 
Would much rather have sat in her chair all night, 
but did not dare to let such powers have control 
over her ; though she never at any time saw the 
snakes, yet their color, size and movements were 
always known to her. 1 (38 to 45). 

Wake at night with a sensation that she was lying on 
a large snake. 1c. (172). 

After menses, imagines all sorts of things about snakes, 
lc. (226). 

Woke at daylight, feeling she was a loathsome horrible 
mass of disease disgusting to herself and to every- 
one else ; could not bear to look at any portion of 
her body, not even her hands, as it intensified the 
feeling of disgust and horror. Could not bear to 
have any one part of her body touch another; *had 
to keep even her fingers apart from each other ; 
felt if she could not get out of her body in some 
way, she would soon become crazy : could not 
think of anything but her own condition. In a 
short time she fell into a light slumber, from which 
she woke free from all mental but not physical 
symptoms, la. (38.) 

"Feels weak, and nerves so thoroughly out of order, 
that 'she cannot bear one finger to touch the other. 
"Nervous throat affection. 15. 

Is impressed with the idea that all she says is a *lie ; 
that all her symptoms are unreal, and the result of 
a diseased imagination : it seems to be very diffi- 
cult to speak the truth, but continually distrusts 
things; when reading anything she rapidly changes, 
the meaning, omitting or adding things, lc. (245). 
10. Every time a symptom appears she feels very confident 
that it is not attributable to the medicine, but is 
some settled disease, lc. (38). 

"Imagines that he wears someone else's nose. oDiph- 
theria. 20. 

Felt very short in morning while walking, la. (:))■ 
ditto in evening. (2.) 

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Finds it very difficult to read understanding^ any- 
thing requiring a mental effort to follow it . ( Cctic). 1. 

•Very restless; cannot concentrate her thoughts or 
mind to read ; wants to leave everything as soon 
as it is commenced. (Nux. Sil. Sulp.) la. (37) 

*Cannot collect her thoughts; confused feeling, causing 
inability to record symptoms, or write a letter. 1. 
{Lack.) 3d., (18 after 1M). 

•When speaking, substitutes the name of the object 
seen for that which is thought. (Amm.c. Calc. 
Sep., Sulp.) 1. {Jan., 1873). 

Cannot speak correctly half the time. (Calc, Chin., 
Graph., Hep., Lack., Lye. Nat.c, Nat.m., Nux., 
Sep.) 1. 

Cannot remember even a short paragraph after read- 
ing it, but can remember other things ; it seems to 
affect only what she has read. (Lack., Nat.m., 

Very *forgetful ; in writing, uses too many words or 
not the right ones ; very *nervous. (Bov., Graph., 
Hep., Loch., Lye, Nat.c, Nat.m., Nux., Sup.) 
. Tendency to omit the *final letter in a word; writing 
also only the last letter in words of two letters, and 
having to go over her writing to make corrections 
before sending it. (Lach., Nux.m.) 1. 

Very *absent-minded ; makes purchases and walks off 
without them. (Agnus, Alum, Anacard, Caust, 
Nat.m., Sep.) 4(6). 

Very *absent -minded ; went to post a letter, bought 
and affixed the stamp, and then brought the letter 
home in her hand. (Con. Dulc Lach., Nat.m. 

"Cannot bear to be left alone for an instant. ° Diph- 
theria. 14. 

Came into my office crying, fearing she was contract- 
ing consumption. (Calc, Paullin, Sep.) 35. 

Fears she will become unable to perform her duties. 

"Nervous throat affection. 15. 
"Fits of weeping two or three times a day. Parenchy- 
matous metritis. 32 (CM). 

Depression of *spirits ; *doubts her ability ; doubts of 
her success in her profession ; thinks she will have 

Mind and Disposition, lac can. 47 

heart disease and die of it (Lack.); thinks she is of 
no importance in life, lc (138). 

Gloomy feelings increased as headache gets worse 
"Parenchymatous metritis- 32 (Cm). 
30. *Chronic "blue" condition ; everything seems so dark 
that it can grow no 1 darker. (Lye. puis.) 1. 

°She is very "blue"; felt hopeless and quite discour- 
aged. "Diphtheria. 37. 

•Despondent and hopeless : believes her disease incur- 
able, and that it is not the effect of the drug ; does 
not care whether she lives or dies. (Act, Bry., 
Calc, Loch.) 1, 

*Feels as though she had not a friend in the world, and 
could cry at any moment ; there seems to be noth- 
ing in the world worth living for ; would like to die 
any time. (Aur., Lack., Sep.) la (37). 

Thinks she is looked down upon by everyone, and 
feels insulted thereat. 26. 

Anxiousness. 4 (10). 

"No desire to live. 22. 

Feeling of great mental anxiety. 53 (l) . 

Great fear of falling down stairs at times. (Borax.) 1, 

"Very nervous; constant dread; a feeling she was 
going to become unconscious. "Diphtheria. 51. 
40. During night, very restless ; waking often frightened, 
and not knowing where she was. "Diphtheria. 51. 

"Fear of death, with anxious expression of countenance. 
"Diphtheria. 9. 

On lying down, either by day or night, she begins to 
think how terrible it would be if a very sharp pain 
like a knife should go through her, and the thought 
of it causes great mental distress ; she always im- 
agines that the pains are these that would pass 
through the body. le. (128.) 

"Easily excited. "Parenchymatous metritis. 32 (CM). 

"Too excited to allow any further examination of 
throat. Diphtheria. 25 (CM). 

"Very easily startled. Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 

*Nervous and irritable. 2 (11). 

Extremely irritable when not in sopor. 20 (CM). 

*Very cross and irritable while the headache lasted, 
(Nux.) (21, 23.) 

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"Child cries and screams all the time, especially at 
night, and will not be pacified in any way. 26. 
50. Attacks of rage, cursing and swearing at the slightest 
provocation. 2«. 

Cursing and swearing. 26. 

"Swears like a pirate at every little thing. 26. 

•Intense ugliness and hatefulness in all moods and 
tenses, past, present, and future, le. (209 to 216). 

Writes to her beat friends all sorts of mean and con- 
temptible things. 1c (208.) 

In afternoon, solemn and serious mood ; not inclined to 
jest or talk, though at other times could do so with 
pleasure. 8a (2). 

Exalted feeling of sensorium. (Plat.) 2 (8). 

•Cross and irritable, la (22, 24) 

"Wakes distressed, and obliged to rise and occupy her- 
self in some manner ; fears she would be crazy. 
oParenchymatous metritis. 32. 

"Exceedingly nervous. "Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 
60. "When awake, very irritable and cries constantly. 26. 

"When the paroxysms of intense nervousness come on, 
feels like tearing off her clothes ; would take off 
her rings ; could not bear anything to touch her, 
especially over L. ovarian region, from which she 
frequently lifts the bed-clothes. "Ovaralgia. 68. 

"After inhaling the gas for extraction of teeth, very 
strange sensation in head (such as he felt when 
going off under the gas); sometimes imagines the 
heart or breathing were going to stop, or otherwise 
frightens himself, and this makes heart beat vio- 
lently ; occasionally very depressed, and fancies he 
is going out his mind. 15. 

Worries herself lest the pimples which appear on thighs 
during menses will prove to be little snakes, and 
twine and twist around each other. (See legs.) 
le (172). . , 

"Omits the final letter or letters of a word, when writing; 
mentions, in speaking, the object seen, instead of 
the object thought of. 15. 

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Sharp lancinating pain, extremely fine, passing in a 

zigzag line from R. side of forehead to an indefinite 

point in occiput ; the pain is instantaneous, and is 

sometimes repeated ; as soon as it is felt, she lays 

aside whatever she is doing and lies down, from 

an indefinite dread that it will return ; if at night, 

she goes to bed at once; has great dread of the pain, 

though it is not very severe ; it recurred for several 

days afterwards, lc (174.) 
Sharp throbbing pain in r. side of forehead ; then in 1. 

side of forehead slightly. 4a (39). 
Headache only in afternoon, extending from r. temple 

to r. malar bone, la (33, 37.) 
Sharp pain in r. temple and through forehead. 4a (16). 
Sharp darting pain in r. temple, then across forehead, 

lasting only a minute. 4a (32). 
Sharp pungent pain in r. temple, and then dull pain 

in forehead. 4a (44). 
Sharp pain like a stab in r. temple, at 7 p. m. (Alum., 

Bell., Canth... Cycl, Meny., Phos.,, Rhus., 

Sars., Strout, Verb.) 2 (8). 
Neuralgic pain in r. temple and through temples and 

forehead, all the afternoon. 4 (2). 
Throbbing pain just above r. temple, then sharp pain 

in socket of r. eye and in r. temple, disappearing 

quickly. 4a (6) after lm. 
At 8.15 p. m., sharp throbbing pain in r. temple. 4 (3). 
Pain in petrous portion of temporal bone, down neck 

on r. side, lb (after taking Ramex). April, 1873. 
Dull pain through r. side of head. 4a (45). 
Fine lancinating pain in r. side of head. 1 (Jan. 1873). 
Headache on r. side of forehead, la (34, 3G). 
*Pain in forehead during afternoon, first on 1. side, then 

on r. la (18). 
Headache over 1. eye on first waking, and great pain in 

pelvis, most marked at r. ovary, la (18). 
8d Headache "over 1. eye, on first waking, la (18). 

Steady aching pain in 1. eyebrow, several afternoons, 

relieved by keeping head steady, le 286. 
Acute pain in forehead over 1. eye. (Act.) 4a (8). 

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Pain in 1. temple, passing from it to 1, ear, and then to 
molar teeth of left upper jaw. la (24). 

At 10.45 a. m., darting pain in 1. temple, alternating to 
r., then both together; of short duration. (Puis.) 

Very severe sharp cutting pains in 1. temple, waking 
her at night several times. 3a (17). 

Pain in 1. side of head and 1. temple, very severe from 
11 a. p. to 3 p. m. 3a (17). 

Headache quite sharp, extending back over 1. side of 
head. 2 (8). 

Neuralgic pain in 1. side of head, followed by a film 
over 1. eye, with inclination to rub it off ; rubbing 
does not relieve. If. (Spig.) August, 1873. 

Headache first on one side of forehead, then on the 
other, la (13). 
&0. Headache in upper forehead, lc (5). 

Slight frontal headache on waking, la (62). 

♦Frontal headache, la (7, 17); lc (3). 
* *Pain in forehead almost all day. lc (12). 

Slight frental headache, la (54, 55) ; la (7). 

*0n going into the cold wind, felt a terrible pain in 
forehead as if it would split open, relieved on going 
into warm room, le (Aur.. Nux., Rhus.) (172). 

Headache in upper part of forehead, with sensation of 
a broad band pressed firmly across forehead from 
One temple to the other, la (Coca) (2 to 5, 7, 8, 10, 

Pain in centre of forehead, worse on rising after stoop- 
ing. 8a (2). 

Slight dull pain across forehead, all forenoon. 4 (6). 

Occasional slight'dull pain across forehead, with stitches 
during last three days. 4(14). 
100. Dullness across forehead, and stitches. 

Slight pain across forehead. 4a (29). 

At 8 a. m., sharp transient pain across forehead, suc- 
ceeded by dull heavy feeling across forehead and 

At 11.45 a. m., sharp darting pain across forehead, 
disappearing quickly. 4 (53). 

Pain in forehead, darting back over 1. ear, and slight 
darting pain across forehead. 2(1). 

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Darting pain across forehead and over eyes. 2 (2). 

Darting pain from forehead over r. eye. 2 (3). 

Headache over 1. eye in forenoon. 2 (5). 

Headache across forehead. 2, (G). 

Headache over both eyes, extending hack over 1. ear. 
(2, 7). 
110. Occasional sharp pains in forehead. 2 (8). 

Darting pains through forehead, dull pains over eyes. 
(Puis.) 2(13). 

Sharp throbbings pains in front part of head, especially 
over 1. eye, (Act., Kali., Nux.m., Spig., VeraL, dis- 
appearing after a two hours sleep. (Phos., Puis., 
Mix.) 3 (9). 

Acute pair? across over eyes and bridge of nose. 43 (19). 

°After midnight, very severe frontal headache, and a 
piercing pain on. vertex ; pain was immediately 
removed, and she slept calmly for some four hours, 
and in the morning was much refreshed and alto- 
gether better. "Typhoid pneumonia. 25 (40m). 

°Pains and throbbing in temples. °Dyspepsia. 25 (lOrft). 

♦Headaches are always in upper and forepart of head, 
however different in character. 1. 

"Arose in morning with heavy dull frontal headache ; 
about 9 a. m., a severe sharp pain on vertex, appar- 
ently coming from nape (Silica,) then stretching 
across the head forward ; pain is so severe that he 
■ presses vertex with his hands ; neck stiff ;. bending 
head forward, or lying down causes congestion, in- 
creasing the pain ; then again the pains will subside 
for a short time and begin anew, either in front part 
of head, or nape, or all over head at once; when 
the pain is frontal, it causes lachrymation. 25 (40m). 

From 6.15 p. m. to 7. 15 p. m. pressure on vertex. 3. (46). 

Slight pressure on vertex. 3. (51). 
120 Slight pressure on vertex and over eyes, the day before 
menses ceased (Calc). 3. (54). 

Much heaviness in vertex, with complete loss of appe- 
tite. 44. (7). 

Dull pain in r. temple and r. eye, with pressure on 
vertex during menses. 4a (16). 

Stiffness and lame feeling in occiput on turning head," 
with soreness on pressure. 7 (2). 

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"Beating ,hi occiput. "Parenchymatous metritis. 32 


"Darting pains from occiput to forehead. ° Parenchy- 
matous metritis. 32 (CM). 

"Occipital headache, with shooting pains extending to 
forehead. 36. 

"Aching and pain in occiput. "Parenchymatous metri- 
tis. 32 (CM). 

Headache nearly all day. la (65). 
130 Slight headache, la (30). 

Slight headache for a short time. la (28). 

Slight headache on first waking, la (63, 64). 

•Severe headache. 2 (2, 4). "Diphtheria. 12. 

Severe headache on rising at 7 a. m. 2 (3). 

"Severe pressure on brain. Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 

♦Headache, la (25 to 27, 5, 8, 10, 24, 15, 16, 22). Diph- 
theria. (51, 12, 17, 21). 

Bad headache, violent, too bad to work. 2 (11). 

'Headache in afternoon, principally over 1. eye (Aeon. 
Kalm.). 2 (4). 

•Headache worse by noise or talking, better by keeping 
quiet ; confused feeling in head (Calc.c.) 3a (18). 

Intense headache, entirely relieved by cold water appli- 
cation, but soon returned, not however as severe, 
(Arsen., Bell, Bry., Cycl., Olon., Zinc.) la (6). 
140 "Headache from below eyes over whole head and top of 
shoulder. "Parenchymatous metritis. 32 (CM). 

Headache and nausea on waking, lasting all morning, 
{Kalib., Nux.) la (11). 

Head feels heavy, dull, and stupid, as though it would 
be impossible to make the least mental effort. (Bell,) 
la (37). 

Dull headache, at times quite sharp and cutting. 2 (10). 

In afternoon felt headache coming on, which became 
much worse about an hour after going to bed. 39 (2). 

*Pains in head during day, first on one side then on the 
other; it seems perfectly unbearable ; relieved on 
first going into the air, but soon grows worse, la 

°Headaches seem unbearable, and are attended by pain 
in lumbar region ; all pains cease as soon as throat 
gets worse. "Diphtheria. 20. 

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Menses commence slight ; second and third days very 
free ; fourth day less free ; ceasing on fifth day ; 
during menses, slight pain in lower abdomen, very 
low down ; dull pain in r. eye and temple, chang- 
ing next day to 1. side and temple; pressure in 
head; nausea; the headache and nausea aggravated 
by motion, relieved by quiet. -3a (15). 

"Head aches, mostly through temples, darting, stab- 
bing; sometimes begin on r. side, and sometimes on 
1.; always going from one side to the other. 26. 
Headaches all over, worse over r. eye, worse by spells; 
rolls head from side to side, with great distress, 
with pains in bones of head. °Diphtheria. 12. 
150 frequently wakes with sick headache, which seems to 
commence at nape. °Nervous throat affection. 15. 

Sensation as. if brain were alternately contracted and 
relaxed, several times rapidly; generally only when 
lying down; at various times all through proving. 
1 (Gate. Medorrhin). 

Confused feeling in head, with headache. 3 (18). 

At 11.30 a. m. sensation of confusion and pressure 
through temples and entire forehead, followed by a 
sensation as if forehead were compressed by a band. 
{Apis. Snip.) 4 (1). 

In afternoon, much confusion of head, making thought 
# irksome. 44 (3). 

Stupid condition of head. 44 (11). 

In evening some dizziness when walking. 14 (5). 
150 *Dizzy sensation with slight nausea. 4a (24). 

Weak feeling in head, feeling as if a headache were 
coming on. (Ambr. Iod., Phos., Stram., Thvj.) 3a 

After inhaling diphtheritic breath, is light headed, with 
tingling on vertex, and slight sore throat ; always 
acts as prophylactic. 25. 
160. Constant noise in head, very confusing; worse at night, 
and much worse at menses. ^Parenchymatous 
metritis. 32 (CM). 

oWakes at night with sensation as if the bed were in 
motion ; noise in head bad beyond description ; 
first thought on waking that the head-board was 
swaying, and so occasioning the distress, but found 

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it arose from internal causes. "Parenchymatous 

metritus. 32. 
Excessive dandruff on head for past week. (Alum, 

Arsen, Lack., Mez., Oleand., Thus.) 4 (14). 
Sore pimples on scalp, which discharge and form a 

scab ; they are extremely painful when touched, or 

on combing the hair. (Mez.) lc (209, 214). 
Head very sore, and itches almost all the time, worse 

at night, lc (209 to 216.) 
Slight roughness of the skin of forehead, as of numer- 
ous pimples. 4 (4). 
Headache from r. temple to r. malar bone, la (37). 
Headache on 1. side of forehead on first waking, soon 

passing off. la (20). 
Pain on 1. side of forehead on first waking, la (21). 
Headache first on one side, then on the other, la (14). 
170. Frontal headache, with the sensation of a band across 

forehead, la (3). 
Headache ; band across forehead, la (4, 12). 
Pain in 1. occiputal region running up when moving 

head. 62 (5). 
When she rose to walk across store was very dizzy ; 

head felt dizzy all the time, but was greatly aggra- 

ted when moving ; (has had similiar attacks before) 

63 (4). 
°Sick headaches, begining in nape ; the- pain settling » 

gradually in r. or 1. forehead. 15. 
"Headache over eyes, worse when sewing. Pharyngitis. 

°Headache, both frontal and occipital, aggravated by 

turning eyeballs upwards. 23. 


Sharp pain in socket back of r. eye, followed by tender- 
ness in r. temple; both transient. (Bell.,) 4a (lm). 

Darting intense pain round 1. eye (Spig.,) 4 (45). 

"Heaviness of 1. upper eyelid, with pain above 1. eye. 
"Rheumatism. 25 (75 m). 
180 "Burning in 1. eye. "Rheumatism. 25 (75 m). 

"Agglutination of 1. eylids. Rheumatism. 25 (75 in). 

Eyes slightly swollen ; profuse lacbrymation ; with 
catarrh. 3 (4). 

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Eyes swollen and running water. C. 

"Eyes watery and discharging. "Diphtheria 22 (CM). 

Looking at different objects causes eyes to ache (Calc.,) 
Id (9 to 11) (after 75 ra). 

Pain in both eyeballs. Id (10) (after 75 m). 

Pain in eyeballs when looking upwards, la (22, 23). 

Aching pain in eyeballs, lc (7, 8,) after 40m. 

Pricking sensation in eyeballs ; eyes sensitive to cold 
air. (Phos.) 3 (44). 
190- 'Upper lids very heavy, can scarcely keep eyes open ; 
very sleepy. (Bell., Cauat., Nat. c, Sep.) la (2). 

"Non-cedematous swelling of upper and lower lids ; 
pink color of lower lids most noticeable on r. 
"Diphtheria. 14 (30 and 900). 

Eyes feel weak during menses. 3 (51). 

"Dark brown areola under eyes. 26. "Retarded, pain- 
ful menses. 18, 

"Eyes dull and lustreless. "Diphtheria. 46. 

"Heavy pain in eyeballs, with outward pressure. 50 

Eyes twitch, with increase of former nervous symp- 
toms.. 53 (1). 

"Eyes blurred. "Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 

Pain in eyes when reading ; followed by a *film over 
them, apparently requiring to be wiped off before 
she can see. (Puis.) lc (112). 

Film over 1. eye from reading or looking closely at any- 
thing. 26. 

"Film over r. eye from reading or looking closely at 
anything. 1 (26). 
200. Nearly all this month, at times, a sensation as if there 
were something over 1. eye, seeming as if it could 
be removed by rubbing finger over it. The sight is 
very much obscured; at first she would have it only 
once or twice a day, afterwards it increased, but 
now she does not have it very much, lc (382). (See 
also under Head.) 

Difficulty of changing axis of vision. Id (!) to 11. 

Slight inaccuracy of vision. 2 (8). 

'Tendency in retina to retain the impression of objects, 
especially of colors ; or somewhat of the object 
last looked at is projected into the next. (Nicotin, 
Tuberculin.) le (92). 

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°Sees faces before her eyes, worse in the dark ; the face 
that haunts her most is one that she has really seen. 
15 (CM). 

Cannot read, as it causes pain in eyes ; the letters look 
as if the light fell unequally upon them, causing 
some to be very dark, and others to be very bright. 
lc (13, 14). (40m.) 

Small floating discs before eyes occasionally, and 
showing primary colors at edge of discs, le. 

*When reading, the page does not look clear, but seems 
covered with various pale spots of red, yellow, 
green, and other colors, le (30) after 75m. 

"When looking in a mirror by gaslight, after exerting 
eyes, sees a green spot or a green band before her 
1. eye, the band slanting downward from 1. eye to 
r. cheek. "Glaucoma. 15. (CM.) 
210 "Square or round green spots or brown spots before 1. 
eye, when sun is bright ; sometimes bright spots 
before 1. eye. "Cataract. 15 (CM). 

Occasionally, when looking at an object, sees red spots 
on it (Hyos.,) Id (3). 

On going to bed, in dark room, sees many stars, on 
closing eyes, moving from r. to 1. 8a (2). 

While looking at an object, appears to see just beyond 
or out of the axis of vision, an object passing across 
the field of sight; but on adjusting the eye to see it, 
is gone; it always appears as a small object, like a 
•rat or bird, sometimes on the floor, at others in the 
air. lc (112). 

"Frequent sensation of a film before eyes, with vertigo, 
and while thus suffering would see a small dark 
object, like a mouse or bird, coming up to her left. 
12 (CM). 

"Sees big eyes and creeping things. "Diphtheria. 14 
(30 to 900). 

"Difficulty in distinguishing objects ; in reading, the 
letters run together. "After severe diphtheria. 
(Nat.,Mur.,) 12 (MM). 

"Must have light, yet is intolerent of sunlight. ((Diph- 
theria. ( Arm., Amm.m., Bell.,, Calc, 
Gels., Ruta., Strain.,) 14 (30 to 900). 

•Sensitive to light. "Rheumatism. 35. 

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Eyes. lac CAN. Ears. 57 

Eyeballs feel too large, and as if she must move them 
about. 53a. 
230 Dull aching pain in r. eyeball, accompanied by a feel- 
ing of dryness and discomfort, with tendency to 
lachrymation, 1. eye not affected ; almost immedi- 
ately. 66. 

(No eye symptoms after 10 m. 1). 


Pain in r. ear, sometimes intense. {Bell.,) la (9, 10, 11, 
13, 15, 16, 17, 19, 33, 23,). lc (16). 

Pain in r. ear, wrist and patella, la (4). 

Very sharp pain in r. middle ear, while walking in the 
wind; had to cover it with band, which gave entire 
relief ; sharp pain in r. side also. If (March, 1873). 

Pain in 1. ear- la (2'J to 33). 

Pain in both ears, la (33). 

No pain during day, but is awakened several times 
during night by sore aching pains in middle and 
external ear on which she is lying; soon passes off 
when the pressure is removed. If {March 1873), 

Dry itching sensation in ear ; dry wax. 6. 

°Green odorless discharge. 13 (CM). 

Reverberation of voice, as if speaking in a large empty 
room ; with pain in frontal region, first over one 
eye and then over the other. 1 (Caust). 37. 
330. "Sounds seem very far off. (Cann.ind., Cham., Coca., 
Nitrogen, Protox., Nux.n%., Petiv, Solan, nig.) 

Ringing in r. ear. la (24 to 27). 

At night, a buzzing in r. ear. 39 (2). 

Noises in ears; sensation as though ears were full. 
1 (Jan., 1873). 

"More than any other remedy, relieves deafness from 
hereditary syphilis. 29. 

Pain in r. ear, lasting only a few minutes, la (2). 

Pain in r. ear for a short time, la (3). 

Slight pain in r. ear. la (4, 21). 

Intense pain in r. ear. la (14). 

Irritation in both ears to throat. 53b. 

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240. *Sore on r. side of septum of nose ; next day nose sore, 
constant inclination to pick at it and get the scab 
off ; nose still sore on (ith day, and on 7th day was 
very painful to touch ; but on 8th day scab came off 
nose, leaving it as well as ever. (Kali bick. Thuj.) 
la (37). 

R. side of nose seems stopped up. (Sticta, Teucr.) la{37). 

Sore spot came suddenly in 1. side of nose, high up ; on 
touching it, it bled very freely ; during afternoon, 
nose felt as if all filled up, producing a constant 
inclination to blow it, yet there was not the least 
discharge, lc (July, 1873). 

L. nostril first dry, afterwards discharging a thin ich- 
orous fluid, "excoriating the nostrils. 40 (G). 

Soreness from nose through into throat. 43 (1ft). 

Itching at end of nose; inside and out. (Cina.) 1. 

Severe cold, followed by swelling and eruption of lips 
and throat. 3 (May, 1873.) 

Feels as if she had taken cold in head, stuffed feeling 
in nose and throat. 3(2). 

Stinging feeling in nose at 7.15 p. m., with occasional 
sneezing during day. 3 (3) 

Very bad cold in head, sneezing and occasional cough 
eyes slightly swollen, fluent coryza, profuse lach 
rymation ; better next day. 3 (4). 
250. Watery discharge, followed by dry sensation in nose. G. 
"Constant discharge of thin watery fluid, which 
slightly excoriates edges of nostrils. (Nit. Acid,) 
la (5). .. 

*Coryza ; constant watery discharge from nose, excor 
iating nostrils and upper lips, la (37). Arum 

"Nasal discharge, excoriating nostrils and upper lip. 
"Diphtheria. 14. 

"Excoriating mucous discharge from nostrils. "Diph 
theria. 9. 

"Coryza, with discharge of thick white mucous. 

♦Fluent catarrh from both nostrils, with sensation of 
fulness in upper part of nose, la (5). 

Catarrh of nose, with bloody discharge ; some of it 
falls into throat. (Nit. ac.) lc (200 to 21(5). . 

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Profuse nocturnal nasal discharge, like gonorrhoea, 
staining pillow greenish yellow. (Merc, Pals.) 
12, 26. 

Cannot clear head, nose stuffed. 43, (19). 
260. 'Head so stuffed she can hardly breathe. 3 (8). Lye. 

Nit. ac., Nux) 

*Stuffed feeling in head, sensation as of a severe cold 
in head. 3 (2, 5). 

°One side of nose stuffed up, the other free and dis- 
charging thin mucous at times and thin blood ; 
these conditions alternate, first one nostril stopped 
up and the other fluent, and vice versa. "Diph- 
theria. 14 (30 and 900.) 

•Considerable sneezing, la (5). (Qels., Ve.rat.) 

"Epistaxis when speaking or swallowing. "Diphtheria 

"Copious epistaxis at 4 p. in,, returning at intervals. 
"Diphtheria. 23. 

Bad smell in nose, le (35, 36.) (Aurum.) 

Cannot bear smell of flowers ; (Graph., Lye.) they seem 
to send a chill over her. 6. 

SFluids escape through nose while drinking. «Diph- 
theria. 9, 20, (CMM.) 22, (CM.) 24, 26, 37. (Bell., 
Lack., Merc, Petr.) 

"Feels as if fluids swallowed would return through 
nose, but they do not. "Diphtheria. 23. 
270. "Nose cold. "Diphtheria. 12. 

"All drinks return .by the nose, nothing being swal- 
lowed. "Diphtheria. 3?. 

Catarrh of both nostrils, la (4). 

Drinks return by the nose. 70. 

•Nose discharges much thin watery mucous. 63(10). 

"Two very angry gatherings, one under 1. side of nose, 
and one on upper 1. nostril ; both came to a head, 
and discharged matter and blood, and afterwards 
scabbed over ; before the discharge there was 
shooting pain there. "Sick headache. 15, 

Disposition to sneeze, and symptoms of. cold in head. 53b 

"Nose became so bad that there was fear of destruction 
of the bones ; bloody pus was discharged several 
times daily; the nasal bones were sore on pressure. 

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R. cheek burns like fire, and is red after coming in from 
the cold. 43. 

"Red circular spot below r. malar bone, burning to touch. 
"Dyspepsia. 25. 
280 Burning of 1. side of face, for about an hour {Asaf. , 
Murex., Nat.m., Phos. ac, Spig.,) la (4). 

"Flushes on 1. cheek. "Dyspepsia. 25. 

Pain aB from knife-thrust from under 1. zygoma up to 
vertex. 71 (15 minutes) 12 DMM.) 

oAnxioue expression of countenance. "Diptheria. 9, 22, 
23, 51. 

"Cheeks red. "Diphtheria. 23. 

oFace flushed. ("Diphtheria. 10. 

"Face burns, feels dry. "Diphtheria. 20. 

"Face flushed, swollen and hot. Diphtheria. 25. 

•Burning flushing of face. 6. 

Face very red for one hour after rising, then pale, fol- 
lowed by natural color again. 3 (ll). 
2!)0*Marked pallor of face. 3a (2). 

Orange red spots on face and hands, appearing and 
dissappearing suddenly ; small in size, circular in 
shape, not elevated, nor having any sensation, 
la (3). 

oCountenance pale and care-worn. °Diphtheria. 46. 

oFatie very red, and then suddenly pale. 26. 

"Seems to affect lower lip most, and blisters and fever 
sores on lips are amenable to its influence. 26. 

Pulsation of superior coronary artery in upper lip, sim- 
ulating something living in it. If (Sept., 1873). 

"Lips dry and peeling off. (Arum tri, Nat. m.) 3 (15). 

Lips parched and burn. 3 (17). 

"Lips dry and parched, but mouth constantly full of 
frothy saliva. 1 (b). 

Lips very dry, but no thirst, la (18) 

Lips burn and feel very red, (Arum tri.) color of face 
natural. 3(13). 
300. °Jaw cracks while eating. "Dyspepsia. 25. 

On secon day of menses, face flushed and hot ; in two 
hours afterwards face became cool and of a yellow- 
ish pallor. 3 (2). 

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Lips, throat and tongue parched and dry, on third day 
of menses. 3 (27). 

•Face flushed. 63 (5.) 

"Face indicates great anxiety. "Diphtheria. 51. 

°In morning, left superior maxillary feels sore ; most of 
of the time there is dull pain, worse by exertion ; 
sometimes throbbing pain, burning, throbbing, 
aching heat, sensation of fullness ; cannot wear 
her false teeth from the soreness and swelling of 
maxillary ; an exacerbation of pain leaves face 
very sore ; pains better by warm applications, but 
only cold applications relieve the soreness ; wakes 
about 2 a. m., and does not go to sleep again ; dur- 
ing this time is very restless, face very painful, and 
life indeed becomes a reality ; thoughts, acts, and 
sights of the near past, appear before her like a 
panorama ; feels better when mind is occupied ; 
cheerful company causes her to forgot the pain, 
solitude depresses her. (Epulis.) 65. 


Pain in 1. upper molars, coming from 1. temple through 
1. ear. la (24.) See Head, there given fully. 

Teeth sensitive to cold water. (Arg. m., Bry., Calc, 
Mang., Merc., Nux., Nux.m., Puis., Rhus., Staph., 
thuj.) la) 22, 23). 

°Gums swollen, ulcerated, retracted, bleeding, teeth 
loose; caused by defective nutrition and exposure. 
(Iod., Kali., Lye, Merc, Nat.m., Pkos., Staph., 
Zinc.) 19, 26. 

°Paroxysmal gnawing pain in 1. upper canine, tempor- 
arily yields to any cold application. °Sick head- 
ache. 15. 
310. Tooth-ache ; the pain used to come on quite suddenly 
at about 10.30 every night; if not before she went 
to bed, it would begin almost immediately on lying 
down or getting warm in bed; so that she was 
obliged to jump up and often walk about the room ; 
the pain seemed to begin in a very much decayed 
r. lower doubla tooth, but after a while all the teeth 
on the r. side would ache; it was relieved by the 
application of cold water or a dose of Cham., which 

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would often quiet it immediately ; it continued 
for quite a month, coming on each night, and the 
teeth after feel tender and as if they were too long 
or too large still; it was often daylight before she 
could get any sleep at all; the pain was not very 
bad, it was a dull gnawing sensation, as of a worm 
gnawing at the teeth, just enough to keep her wide 
awake; it came on at the same time whether she 
had her last meal early or late or went without it; 
if she went to bed earlier and fell asleep, it would 
wake her up whon the hour arrived. 67. (Syph.) 


•Tongue coated brown. (Arsen., Nux,, Rhus., Sulp.) 
la (9). 

Tongue generally red and moist. "Diphtheria, if 

Tongue very red, and coated white, la (2, 3). 

Tongue pale red, coated white. (Glau.) la (34). 

•Tongue furred whitish at edges, centre and root 
darker. (Bell.) 2 (1). 

•Tongue coated, dirty looking, centre to root. 2 (2) 

•Tongue coated whitish, except edges, which are red. 
2 (3). 

Tongue thinly coated with a dirty white. 27. 

"Tongue dirty-coated, yellowish white, and slimy 
^Diphtheria. 21. 
320- "Slight yellow coating on tongue. Diphtheria. 0. 
' Tongue coated all over. 2 (4). 

Tongue coated all over; less coated in afternoon, edges 
red. 2 (5, C). 

Tongue dirty, *deeply coated near back and centre, 
except on edges, *which are bright red ; at 'J p. m. 
tongue looks patched. 2 ('■), 10). 

Tongue dirty, particularly in centre. 2 (11, 12. 

"Tongue dry; and thickly coated grayish-white. "Diph- 
theria. 25. 

Tongue coated *whitish-gray, having an underlying 
bluish look. 41 (3). 

"Tongue heavily coated, and dry to the tip. "Diph- 
theria. 46. 

"Tongue fairly loaded down with a thick coating, yel- 
lowish at centre, paler at edges. "Diphtheria. 37. 

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°Tongue heavily coated white, except a stripe of deep 

red on edges. "Diphtheria. 12. 
330. Tongue relaxed, flabby, with whitish coating. "Acute 

rheumatism. D2. 
Soreness on r. side of tongue. 7 (3). 
*Putrid *taste in mouth, la (3, 8, 13). 
Taste of lead in mouth in afternoon. 38 (2). 
"Putrid taste in mouth. "Diphtheria. 9. 
Swelling of 1. sublingual gland, ranula. {Gale., Merc, 

Thuj.) Id (20). 
Mouth and throat covered with aphthous yellowish- 
white ulcerations, easily bleeding. 2ti. 
"Stomatitis ; stomacace; cancrum oris ; nursing sore 

mouth. 26. 
Mouth and throat covered with dark yellow spots. 

{Lack., Lye.) la (37). 
Sore on lower jaw, behind r. molar tooth, almost well 

next day. la (8). 
340. Folds of inner lining of 1. cheek creased and painful. 

{Petrol.) 1. 
Roof of mouth very sore, with blisters that break and 

leave loose skin ; any seasoned food causes great 

pain. la (Dec, 1872). 
Inside of lower lip feels tender and sore, and looks very 

red. (Arum tri.) 3a (1). 
*Mouthvery dry. (Ang., Bry., Lob., Nat.m., Nux.m.) 6. 
°Mouth dry without thirst. (Nux mos.) "Diphtheria. 20. 
°Mouth dry and parched ; drinks little and often. 

"Diphtheria. 20. 
"■Increase in quantity of saliva, which is slightly viscid. 

la (2). 
•Profuse saliva, saturating pillow, li. 
•During sleep, saliva ran from mouth, so as to wet 

pillow. (Merc,, Rhus.) 6. 
Mouth constantly full of mucous, but a constant* in- 
clination to swallow, which ""causes pain. (Apis., 

Arum tri., Dig. Eupk., Hell., Hep., Loch., Merc., 

Sep., Strain., Sulp., Verat.) la (12). 
350. *Frothy mucous in mouth, increased by going into 

open air, and *after eating, la (4). 
Mouth full of frothy *mucous; constant inclination to 

swallow, lc (1). 

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Mouth constantly full of slightly viscid mucous, la (18). 

"Peculiar rattle in mouth, right along tongue ; on 
attempting to hawk her' mouth clear, the mucous 
rattled along tongue quickly and continually ; ut- 
terance was so indistinct as to be unintelligible, and 
every word she tried to speak was accompanied by 
this quick and continuous rattle along the tongue. 
•Diphtheria, 37. 

"Profuse secretion of saliva, sometimes frothy. «Diph- 
theria. 9. 

"Constant salivation and drooling. "Diphtheria. 9, 26. 

"Drooling from mouth. "Diphtheria. 22, 26, 

"Constant drooling, very profuse, making chin and 
breast sore. 19. 

"Constant spitting and drooling. "Diphtheria. 20, 26. 

"Difficulty in articulating, owing to a semi-paretic state 
of tongue, causing stuttering if she talks fast ; has 
to speak very slowly. 19. 
360. "Articulation and deglutition intensely painful. "Diph- 
theria. 20. 

"Breath very offensive. Diphtheria. 12, 17, 19, 81, 23, 
26, 89, 32. 

"Talking is very difficult, and there is a disposition to 
talk through nose. "Nervous throat affection. 15. 

No taste in mouth. 1 (4). 

*Mouth constantly full of frothy saliva, but lips dry 
and parched, la (6). 

Tongue coated white, la (5, 12, 13, 37). 

Slight coating of tongue, la (7). 

Tongue slightly coated white, la (8). 
• Tongue red and coated white, la (14). 

Taste in the mouth as if she had been eating spoiled 
meat, increased by anything sweet, lasting all the 
morning, la (2). 
370. Mucous in mouth, increased after *eating, and also in 
open air. la (5). 

"Nothing tastes natural, except salt food. "Epulis. 65. 

"Mouth dry and parched. "Diphtheria. 12. 

"Tongue coated white in centre, edges red. "Diph- 
theria. 12. 

"Breath offensive, putrid. "Diphtheria. 14. 

"Breath tainted with diphtheritic odor. "Diphtheria. 32. 

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Throat inflamed and painful. Sore greenish-yellow 
patch on r. side of throat, just above tonsil ; pro- 
nounced "diphtheritic" by two allopathic physi- 
cians, who advised immediate cauterization, la (13). 

•Roof of mouth and back wall of pharynx coated with 
a greyish-yellow deposit, the greater part of which 
soon disappeared, lasting only about an hour ; 
(Phyt.) throat very much better by noon, deposit 
had nearly disappeared, but worse again by night. 
la (13). 

*In morning throat very sore; r. tonsil covered with 
ulcers and patches, which extended over palate 
and covered 1. tonsil (Lye); next day membrane 
extended across posterior wall of pharynx ; uvula 
elongated, accompanied by chilliness, high fever, 
pains in head, back and limbs, great restlessness, 
and extreme prostration. An allopathic physician 
pronounced it severe "diphtheria," but it soon got 
well. 6. 
380. Dark red angry streaks of capillaries flashing upward 
along faces of anterior pillars of fauces ; the whole 
pharynx and fauces grew dark red and tumid ; r. 
pillar covered with a dark-red eruption ; 1. tonsil 
has a small amount of swelling, and just above it, 
on the soft palate near the outer third of the arch, 
is a small round yellowish white spot, about a line 
in diameter, looking like the beginning of a diph- 
theritic patch ; next day, spot on 1. pillar of fauces 
larger, showing clearly that it is a true desquama- 
tion of epithelium, and identical with the pathologi- 
cal process in diphtheria; she feels precisely as she 
did when she had diphtheria last winter; in two 
days more the patch had disappeared, leaving red- 
dened surface denuded of epithelium, and throat 
sore. 40 (5). 

Burning in throat ; Pharyngeal inflammation and rapid 
development on posterior surface of 1. tonsil of a 
large thick yellowish patch, precisely similar in 
every particular to the appearance presented in her 
attack of malignant diphtheria last winter, (i.e., 
acute pharyngitis, face flushed, full bounding pulse, 

156 Throat LAC CAN. 

burning, smarting pain in thrpat, with ropy, slimy 

greenish-yellow offensive discharge, and later a 

pearly white membrane covering entire pharyngeal 


"Small, round or irregular, grey white ulcers on tonsils 

and fauces, both sides. (Merc, tod.) 'Diphtheria. 20. 

"The diphtheritic patch appeared first on the r. tonsil, 

then on 1., and frequently on alternated sides ; the 

swelling of submaxillary and lymphatic cervical 

glands also alternated in like manner ; there was 

a noticeable aggravation during and after a cold 

storm from the north-east. 14. 

"Sore throat, ulcers on both tonsils, pain in front of 

trachse on pressure. 14. 
"White ulcers on tonsils. 12. 

°As the cure progressed, and the membrane came off, 
throat became very painful, and he thought he was 
worse. 20. 
°Dark and bleeding surface of throat, with patches and 

ulcers on both tonsils and fauces. 20. 
"Right tonsil raw, swollen ; grey-white membrane there 

and on fauces. "Diphtheria. 20, 20. 
°The ulcers increase in size and number, but the neigh- 
boring membrane looks clearer. 'Diphtheria. 20. 
390. °Sore throat commencing on 1. tonsil, which was swol- 
len and ulcerated, and presented a depression cov- 
ered by a white patch (Lncft.); the disease later 
extended to palate and r. tonsil, the parts red and 
shining. 24, 26. 
n Sore throat, ulcer on inner side of each tonsil, tonsils 
red and slightly enlarged, rest of throat dry. 
"Diphtheria. \'.K 
'■Thick dirty-grey diphtheritic membrane covering free 
border of epiglottis, and extending off to each side. 
Kali. bich). . 22. 
"Uvula pretty free from membrane, but intensely sore 

and bleeds. "Diphtheria. 2!(. 
"In most cases of diphtheria, the throat symptoms begin 

on r. side. 12. 
"Throat covered with diphtheritic membrane ; uvula 
elongated, swollen, and covered" with black and 
white or grey diphtheritic deposit ; back of throat, 

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extending to hard palate, all covered ; breath very 
offensive ; 1. side of neck swollen, and almost even 
with jaw (Kali bich.) ; great difficulty in swallow- 
ing ; after throat began to improve, disease seemed 
to work through whole alimentary canal, for the 
vulva and parts were very much swollen, and every 
little while there would be involuntary discharges 
of diphtheritic matter from vulva and rectum. 
(Apis.) 19, 29. , 

°Many of the worst cases of diphtheria. 33, 34. 

"Many cases of diphtheria and diphtheritic croup ; also 
membranous croup. 18. 

°Thick membranous mass lying on soft palate, 1. side ; 
diphtheritic masses covering uvula and posterior 
wall of throat ; next day, membrane on soft palate 
thicker, dirty brown on uvula and posterior walls 
and pillars of throat, much more extensive and 
offensive ; very difficult deglutition ; a large mem- 
branous mass, which threatened suffocation, having 
been removed by forceps; on the following morning 
a second membrane had taken the place of the first, 
and the walls of throat were covered with a dirty- 
grey exudation ; uvula almost black, and coarse 
shreds of membrane hanging from it. Kali bich.) 

"Tonsils swollen and diptheritic. 24. 
400. Disease extending to palate and r. tonsil, which were 
red and shining. (Canth. Puis.) 24. 

°Right tonsil covered with ash-grey membrane extend- 
ing along free palatine border to uvula, which it 
had already involved ; room loaded with diphther- 
itic odor; next day membrane had passed the 
centre, involving the whole arch of palate, and 
reaching far down on 1. tonsil. 17. 

°Whole of r. tonsil covered with diphtheritic patch. 21. 

°On each tonsil a very thick exudation, covering nearly 
entire surface ; while examining, a large piece of 
membrane was accidentally detached from one 
tonsil, followed by considerable hemorrhage. Hi. 
°Tongue, fauces, tonsils, all swollen, and covered with 
a dirty coating. "Diphtheria. 22. 

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°R. tonsil swollen, and on it a small diptheritic patch, 
the rest of throat being inflamed ; next morning 
both tonsils swollen and covered with diphtheritic 
patches, with difficult deglutition, which on sixth 
day had become impossible, refusing to drink, 
though complaining of intense thirst ; room filled 
with characteristic fetor ; membrane, swelling and 
soreness, most marked on r. side ; soreness of r, 
side now decreased, and commenced on 1., the ton- 
sil and posterior wall of pharynx being covered 
with the membrane, and the voice showing that it 
had involved the posterior nares. 21, 26. 

"False membrane, thick-grey, yellow or dark, surround- 
ing mucous membrane dark or bright, may be 
worse on either side, or inflammation shift from 
side to side, generally worse on 1. 9. 

"False membrane, thick, yellowish-grey, often green- 
ish. 9. 

°Af ter membrane exfoliates, mucous membrane appears 
raw and bloody, with increased deglutition. 1. 

"Whole membrane of throat swollen, dark red, with 
grey patches and small irregular-shaped ulcers ; 
membrane peeled off occasionally; articulation and 
deglutition intensely painful painful; worse after 
sleep. (Lach.) 20. 
410. "False membrane in throat, thick grey, or slightly yel- 
low, or dark and almost black, or white and glist- 
ening, almost like mother of pearl. 26. 

°Sore throat, rapidly growing worse ; difficult swallow- 
ing, worse on r. side ; r. tonsil intensely inflamed, 
bright red and greatly enlarged, and a yellow-grey 
spot, the size of a dime, on inner surface; whole 
whole pharynx, uvula, and velum much inflamed ; 
next day, spot larger, and others forming in 
pharynx, and 1. tonsil nearly as large as r.; almost 
total inability to swallow, especially liquids ; even 
a teaspoonful of water gave her much suffering ; 
characteristic fetor of breath. 31. 

"Croupal diphtheria, with glossy shiny appearance of 
the bacteria, and a disposition of the membrane to 
change its position on fauces. 2:}. 

"The white bacteria are smooth, shiny, glossy, and 

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readily disappear on one place to reappear just as 
rapidly on another part of throat. 13. 

°In diphtheria, one side is attacked, and the pain leaves 
that side and is felt on the other, and so back and 
forth, the pain only on one side at a time. 14. 

°In diphtheria, the ulcers go from one side to the other, 
and back again ; the ulceration has a shining, 
glistening appearance (Apis) ; the swelling of the 
glands changes sides, and they are painful to 
touch. 14. 
. Considerable difficulty in swallowing; uvula elongated 
and very much swollen, with diphtheritic coating 
on it ; tonsils swollen and coated ; back of throat 
patched, extending up to hard palate ; odor offen- 
sive and diphtheritic. 19. 

"Both tonsils swollen, and covered with spots of exuda- 
tion, like the mould on preserves. 36. 

"Throat sore, swollen, red, and glistening. "Diph- 
theria. 9. 

°Throat highly inflamed, swollen, almost closed ; grey 
diphtheritic spots on 1. side of throat. 25. 
420. "Sore throat, diphtheritic patches on 1. side of throat 
and roof of mouth ; could not swallow, had taken 
no food that night- 25. 

"Whole membrane of throat highly inflamed, swollen, 
and glands enlarged on both sides. "Diphtheria. 25. 

Tonsils inflamed and very sore. 2 (10). 

"Tonsils swollen as almost to close the throat. "Diph- 
theria. 24. 

°One or both tonsils swollen. "Diphtheria. 9. 

"Enlarged tonsils, 1. being the size of a small marble. 
"After diphtheria. 25. 

"Sensation of rawness, commencing usually on 1. side 
of throat. "Diphtheria. 9. 

"Throat very much inflamed ; tonsils swollen, 1. nearly 
covered with diphtheritic patch or ulcer. 46. 

"Quinsy ; the suppuration ran from 1' tonsil to r., then 
from r. to 1., then back again to r., then both ton- 
sils equally ; and again one tonsil would improve 
and the other grow worse; the whole posterior por- 
tion of throat was an cedematous swelling, rising 
up like an insurmountable barrier ; thick tough 

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pieces of diphtheritic membrane were coming away, 
and new membranes constantly re-forming ; the 
swelling in throat was so large and tense that the 
mouth could not be closed. 37. 

"The diphtheritic deposits look as if varnished ; exuda- 
tions migratory, now here, now there. *Diphther- 
itic croup. 13. 
430. "Dark red angry streaks of capillaries in fauces, giving 
place to a shining glistening deposit, or tough 
membrane ; half-arches filled with sticky fetid 
saliva. 48. 

"Throat sore, but little swelling, tonsils very slightly 
enlarged; soreness of throat first chiefly r., then 1.; 
well marked diphtheritic membrane on both sides 
of throat situated on an inflamed red base, % inch 
long, \£ inch wide, H inch thick, and the same 
length and width as the base ; anterior edge a dirty 
yellow; centre more organized, pearly, glistening, 
white like cartilage; membrane on right side seems 
more firm and dense, and disappeared later. 51. 

"Throat very sore, tonsils enlarged, especially 1., very 
large white patches ; tonsils and pharynx deep 
purple red ; putrid odor from throat ; after the 
patches were expectorated, they left throat very 
sore, raw, and bloody. 12. 

"Right tonsil red and swollen; pain in tonsil gnawing, 
worse at night ; preventing sleep. 8. 

10 p. m., throat feels dry and sore- {Merc.) 3a (1). 

Slight nausea, and lips, mouth and throat dry and 
burning; next day the same, and woke in night 
with a very dry throat, and mouth and lips parched 
and burning. (Arum tri.) 3a (ID). 

Parched feeling in upper and back part of throat. (Nux 
' mos.) 4 (I). 

"Throat feels swollen and raw. (Nux). "Diphtheria. 
24, 26). 

Throat sore, with severe headache. (4). 

Throat sore. 2 (5). 
440. Throat sore, dry and hot. (Bell.) 2 (8). 

Throat slightly sore, la (U, to 10, 18, 10 to 22, 34, 37). 

Throat has a slight feeling of thickness in it ; cannot 
call it a sore throat, and it causes no inconvenience. 
3!) (3). 

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°Fains in limbs, small of back, and head disappear ; 
throat becomes more painful, but looks better. 
'Diphtheria. 20 (of prover 64). 

Soreness of throat directly under each ear, internally. 
2 (3). 

Throat slightly sore all the time ; no particular spot, 
but all over, la (209 to 216.) 

"Throat very sore, pain extending to chest ; dry and 
sore ; deep red color on either side of throat oppo- 
site tonsils : these symptoms continued, gradually 
decreasing till end of proving on 35th day. (Merc.) 
2 (11, 12). 

Throat slightly sore at sides. 2 (2). 

Throat sore in afternoon and evening on r. side, la (7). 

Throat very sore on r. side, la (13). 
450. Throat sore on 1. side. (Lack.) le (5). 

Throat well in morning, but a little sore on r. side in 
afternoon, la (17.) 

Throat slightly sore on 1. side for three days ; the fol- 
lowing day nearly well, quite well nest day. la (23). 

""Throat very sore on 1. side ; painful* to external pres- 
sure both sides, le (12). 

Throat sore, principally 1. side ; in three more days, 
still sore, but principally r. side ; in three more 
days quite well. If (329). 

°Sore throat on r. side, low down, and extending up to 
ear ; pain when swallowing ; sensitive to external 
pressure ; slight coryza. (Lack.) 26 (1). 

"Pain in throat pushes toward 1. ear. 'Diphtheria. 
20, 26. 

°Sore spot in 1. side of throat, only at night, removed 
by 1 m. ; next night the same on r. side of throat ; 
after 1 m. returned no more, 12, 26. 

Throat feels raw and sore on r. side, with tickling sen- 
sation in throat, la (8). 

Tickling pain in throat when drinking. "Diphtheria. 14. 
460. °Throat'feels stiff. (Lack.) "Diphtheria. 20, 26. 

Raw sensation in back of throat. (Lack.) la (9). 

Throat sore on 1. side, with cough caused by irritation 
in upper part of throat, worse by lying down at 
night, after eating or drinking, and during and 
after talking ; constant desire to urinate at the 

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same time ; soreness commenced with a tickling in 
throat, which caused constant coughing; came and 
went with menses. If (58). 

**Throat commenced to be sore on 1. side, and by night 
was so bad that she could scarcely swallow, which 
caused great pain ; slight increase of saliva; next 
day throat nearly well in morning ; by night quite 
well on 1. side, but very sore on r.; which was cov- 
ered with a greyish-yellow patch ; subsequent day, 
throat well on r. side, but sore on l.j about twelve 
hours well on 1. side but sore on r. ; continued about 
twelve hours, then ceased, leaving her entirely free ; 
all these throat symptoms ended, as they had begun, 
with menses. If (31). 

***Soreness of throat commences with a tickling sen- 
sation, which causes constant cough ; then a sen- 
sation of a lump on one side, causing constant de- 
glutition: this condition entirely ceases, only to 
commence on the opposite side, and often alter- 
nates, again returning to its first condition ; these 
sore throats are very apt to begin and end with 
menses. If (1873). 

"Sore throat just before menses for several years ever 
sinca diphtheria; r. side of throat now worse, but it 
sometimes comes on one side, sometimes on the 
other ; small yellowish white patches of exudation 
on tonsil of affected side, with great difficulty of 
swallowing, and sharp pains moving up into ear ; 
these patches are also present on back of throat 
and uvula; some are quite yellow and some are 
white ; scraping them off makes them bleed. 2(i. 

"Throat has a burnt and drawn feeling as from caustic. 
"Diphtheria. 24. 

Throat feels *dry, husky, as if scalded by hot fluir 
40 (3). 

Peculiar dryness of fauces and throat ; sensation as if 
parched and swollen. (Lach. Phos.) 5. 

In morning, smarting and burning in throat ; through 
the day made many and loud complaints about 
throat. 41 (2). 
470. "Pricking sensation in throat, as if full of sticks. (Hep.) 
12, 36. 

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"Pricking and cutting pains shoot through i. tonsil 

when swallowing. ( "Diphtheria. 24. 
"Pricking and cutting pains through tonsils when swal- 
lowing. "Diphtheria. 36, 89. 
°Pricking, cutting pains on swallowing. 9. 
"Pricking and cutting pains on swallowing, shooting 

up to ears. "Diphtheria. 26. 
Occasional slight probing pains in 1. lower throat. 

44 (11). 
Peeling of a "lump in throat, which goes down when 
swallowing, but returns ; throat worse r. side ; 
worse on swallowing saliva : afterwards, throat 
which had been getting well, suddenly one evening 
grew rapidly worse, but this time on 1. side. 43 (10). 
"Sensation of a ball or round body in 1. side of throat, 
and a feeling that it could be removed with a knife. 
"Marked sensation of lump in throat on 1. side, when 
swallowing, and the pain from the act extended 
to 1. ear. *Diphtheria. 21, 26. 
"Most pain when swallowing solids, no aversion to cold 
drink; when swallowing solid food, it seems to pass 
over a lump, with sore and aching pains extending 
to and in 1. ear. "Diphtheria. 24. 
"Sensation as though there was a lump in r. upper 

part of throat, la (17) Id (2). 
"Lump on 1. side of pharynx below tonsil, causing an 
enlargement that filled each arch of palate, nearly 
to r. side. 12. 
"Gargling with warm water brought up a little stringy 

mucous. 'Diphtheria. 24. 
Great dryness of throat, with secretion of thick viscid 
saliva in throat, so tough and tenacious that it 
must be wiped away with a handkerchief, since it 
cannot be expectorated. 40 (5). 
Great dryness of tonsils in night, preceded during day 
by large collections of mucous in throat. Dryness 
and hurting of the throat, peculiar, felt like she 
did when she had diphtheria last winter. 40 (4). 
Slight throat irritation on 1. side ; urging to hawk, 
principally morning. 44 (3). 

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Throatf worse by empty swallowing. (Jgnat.) diph- 
theria. 20. 

"Throat relieved after drinking cold or warm. 'Diph- 
theria. 20. 

Not much pain on swallowing after third day of illness. 
•Diphtheria. 9. 

"Refuses all fruit, berries, oranges, because they make 
throat smart. "Diphtheria. 19. 
490. "Would desist and cry at every attempt to nurse, 
and reach for water, yet refuse to take it. 'Diph- 
theria. 22. 

•Pain in upper and r. side of pharynx, lc (17). 

*Pain in r. side of throat in region of tonsil; noth- 
ing abnormal visible. 'Acute rheumatism. 14. 

Tonsils sore and irritated. 2 (9). 

Tonsils and throat quite sore. 2 (10). 

♦Left tonsil feels sore. 2 (1). 

"Sensation of a lump in r. side of throat, with a feeling 
that she could take hold of it with her fingers and 
pull it out ; accompanied by a very annoying prick- 
ing, stitching feeling ; constant inclination to 
swallow saliva, which caused soreness of throat. 

Passage of particles of food into opening of posterior 
nares, lodging and remaining for hours apparently 
just above the free border of soft palate ; uvula 
elongated and smartly curved with the convexity 
toward 1. side ; muscular tissue of 1. half of velum 
pendulum palate was paretic ; at meals his mind 
was fixed upon hs tihroat, and he watched for the 
crumbs of food that, despite all his care, would go 
up instead of down. 30. 

"Sensation as if throat were closing and she would 
choke, the sensation is between throat and nose ; 
feels as if something in throat were either enlarged 
or relaxed; desires to keep mouth open lest she 
should choke ; sometimes cannot swallow, because 
there seems to be a kind of muscular contraction 
in throat. 15. 

"Almost total inability to swallow, especially liquids; 
even a teaspoonful of water gave her much suffer- 
ing. 'Diphtheria. 31. 

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500. "Swallowing almost impossible. "Diphtheria. 24. 

"Great difficulty in swallowing. "Diphtheria. 13, 19, 
21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 31. ' 

"Very difficult deglutition, but little pain. "Diphtheria. 

"Child refuses to swallow water, and sputters out the 
medicine, some returning by the nose. Diphtheria. 

"Could swallow only with great difficulty, though 
anaesthesia of throat continued as before. Diph- 
theria. 23. 

"Swallowing very painful. Diphtheria. 20, 23, 12. 

■"Constant inclination to swallow, la (5, 7, 13. 18). 

•Constant inclination to swallow, which causes pain 
extending to r. ear. lc (17). 

"Constant inclination to swallow, which causes pain 
extending to both ears. 26. 

"Constant inclination to swallow, though deglutition is 
painful. "Diphtheria. 9. 
510. Throat sore to external pressure on. r side, le (15). 

"Throat very sensitive to touch externally. {Lack.) 
"Diphtheria. !), 16, 22, 26. 

"External swelling 1. side, not much soreness on swal- 
lowing, but whole side very sensitive to touch. 
'Diphtheria, 23. 

"Swelling of 1. parotid, with sore throat and loss of 
appetite. 29. 

Swelling of r. submaxillary gland with considerable 
soreness, almost well next day ; on subsequent day 
swelling of 1. submaxillary gland with much sore- 
ness, which was stirl sore and swollen on following 
day. la(2!i). 

"Glandular (parotid) swelling passes from 1. to r. 20. 

"Swelling of cervical and submaxillary glands. "Diph- 
theria. 9. 

"Throat worse at one time on r. side, at another on 1. 
"Diphtheria. 26. 

"Submaxillary glands swollen. "Diphtheria. 24. 

"Inflamation and swelling shift from side to side, gen- 
erally worse on 1. Diphtheria. 9, 26. 

520."Throat sore, oedematous, puffed, tonsils badly 
swollen. 16. 

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olf the parotid glands are first attacked, and the dis- 
ease- extends to other glands of neck; throat and 
sides'of neck not tender to external touch. Diph- 
theria. 13. 

"Throat sensitive. Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 

"Deglutition exceedingly difficult and painful. Diph- 
theria. 13. 

"Some redness of 1. side of throat, but no sensation of 
soreness, increased next day ; on subsequent day, 
redness of throat increased, with a slight sensation 
of soreness on r. side, la (2). 

"Throat slightly sore on r. side, la (5). 

•Throat feels raw. la (5). 

"Tickling sensation in throat, la (8). 

Tickling and *sense of contriction in upper part of 
throat, causing "constant dry hacking cough, la (0). 

"Wakes with throat and mouth painfully dry. 'Paren- 
chymatous metritis. 32. 
). In morning, began to feel a sore place, like a sore boil, 
on 1. tonsil ; not quite so sore in evening, though 
the back was more painful ; not felt much next 
night. «2 (4). 

On waking in morning throat felt as if there were 
lumps in it like two eggs, and sore "all the time, 
especially *when swallowing anything ; "cold water 
seemed to relieve momentarily ; in evening, exam- 
ination revealed both tonsils *much swollen and 
very red, 1. *moBt ; and distinct "patches on 1. ton- 
Bil. 62 (5). 

Shortly before retiring to bed, throat began to feel "raw 
and sore; did not sleep*well that night; next morn- 
ing, throat felt *f ull and sore, and a little the worse 
on r. side; this condition continued two days, when 
it seemed to "continue downwards to chest, 63 (7). 

"On swallowing, acute pain at one time on r. side of 
throat, and again on 1. side. 'Diphtheria. 14. 

"Throat very dry and sore, much inflamed, worse on r, 
side ; palate red, uvula elongated; very painful 
deglutition. 12. 

"Sore throat, pains in whole body and limbs, severe 
headache. 'Diphtheria. 12. 

"Throat very sore, worse on 1. side ; large greenish 

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ulcers on both tonsils, surrounded by grey-white 
exudation, the parts not covered are a deep purple 
red ; swelling externally on both sides ; after exu- 
dation on tonsils disappeared, a raw bloody surface 
was left. "Diphtheria. 12. 

"Membrane would leave throat, and a very severe in- 
terstitial hemorrhage of bright red blood would 
ensue ; the hemorrhage would slowly improve, and 
the membrane appear again in throat ; these had 
continued to alternate for several days. *Diph- 
theria. 68. 

Throat became bad, deglutition difficult; mucous folli- 
cles raised or swollen, and covered with a whitish 
cream-colored mucous. 32. 

For about two weeks had sore throat all the time, diag- 
nosed by Dr. B. as diphtheritic. If (Oct., 1873.) 
MO. "White patches, like eggs of flies) on both tonsils, ex- 
tending thence to back of throat ; tonsils enlarged 
and deep red ; felt she would suffocate at night 
from full feeling in throat which prevented sleep ; 
swallowing toast gave some pain, but seemed to 
clear the throat ; drinking anything caused more 
pain in throat, and she had to gulp it down. 15. 

°A serious case of quinsy, just ready to discharge, dis- 
appeared without discharging, in an unusually 
short time; the guiding symptoms were the trouble 
changing from one side to the other and back 
again ; the relief was within a few minutes, and 
the quinsy has not returned. 73. 

Throat relieved by eating, la (12) . 

Throat inflamed and painful, la (12). 

"Ulcers on throat shine like silver gloss, symptoms went 

1 from side to side ; croupy symptoms not well 

marked ; after exudation was cleared off, a deep 

excavation was left. "Diphtheria. 76. Authority, 

J. A. Wakeman, M. D. 

"Throat filled with substance that looked like what 
Germans call " smear kase." Throat, tongue, roof 
of mouth, gums and cheeks completely lined with 
this substance. Mouth and throat filled with 
loose particles ; it had a horrible odor. "Post-scar- 
letina diphtheria. 76 (sixth trituration.) Authority, 
W. B. Stover, M. D. 

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Appetite improved. 2 (4). 
Appetite increased, la (12). 
Vigorous appetite. 3 (9). 
Cannot satisfy her hunger, la (14). 
Very hungry all day, cannot eat enough to satisfy her- 
self; feels as hungry after eating as before . (Cascar. 
Calc. Chinin. Gina. Lye. Strout.) la (13). 
Thought dinner-time (noon) would never come; vora- 
cious hunger and he sat down to eat; the hunger 
left him and he could eat nothing. 38 (2). 
Appetite good; eats until ashamed of herself, and leaves 
the table with a desire to eat as much more, though 
she has no hunger till she sees the food. 1c (379). 
550. The appetite, usually poor, has been greatly increased 
during the proving. 1. 
Almost all desire for food has been gone, but now can 
scarcely get enough to satisfy her ; could eat at 
least six times a day. le (319). 
*Desire for highly-seasoned dishes, which is very 
unusual ; has used pepper, mustard and salt freely. 
le (379). 
Has had a great repugnance to meat, could not eat a 
mouthful of it; but now has a great craving for it. 
le (319). 
Great disinclination to eat anything; yet as soon as she 
commences, the dislike passes off and the food 
tastes good, le (209 to 216). 
*No appetite. 3(11). Diphtheria. 81,16,19,46. * Acute 

rheumatism. 52. 
No appetite for meat. 3 (G). 

No appetite for supper; in two days appetite still grow- . 
ing less, little appetite for breakfast, but feels 
chiefly in forenoon ; in four days completely lost; 
in seven days re-gaining it ; in ten dayB poor. 
44 (3). 
"No appetite, cannot bear food. 'Dyspepsia. 25. 
"Great difficulty in getting her to take nourishment. 
"Diphtheria- 19. 
' 560. "Great indisposition to take food or drink. "Tonsillitis. 
^Considerable thirst, la (9). 

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Very thirsty, la (20). 

Thirst, la (32, 30). 

"Great thirst for large quantities', often. (Nat. Mur.) 12, 

Great thirst for very cold water in small quantities, 

which causes teeth to ache, la (19). 
Wants to drink very cold water all the time, only in 

very small quantities- la (8). 
"Thirst frequent for small quantities. (Amen. Act.). 12. 

'Diphtheria. 12. 
"Thirst changeable. "Diphtheria. 9. 
"Aversion to liquids, especially water. 'Diphtheria. 31, 
°Desire for warmish water with a pinch of salt in. 

Diphtheria, ft. 
"Thirst. 'Acute rheumatism. 52. 
570. "Appetite and strength failing; dislike to food, especially 

fat or greasy. 'Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 
"Entire loss of appetite: obliged to take liquid food. 

"Parenchymatous metritis. 32 
"Craves milk and drinks much of it. "Diphtheria. 12. 
Eructations of tasteless gas. la (6). 
Dizzy, nausea, as after rich food, worse after standing, 

must sit down, feels as if she would fall if she closed 

her eyes ; seven days the same nausea. 43 (1). . 
Nausea while in bed, worse by motion, lasting all the 

morning, la (6). 
Nausea, with *headache, on waking: continuing all the 

morning. 1 (11). 
Nausea from leaning forwards, la (25). 
Nausea on first rising. (Lf/c. Mann, m. Many. Puis. 

Rhus. Sab. Trios.) la (14). 
Considerable nausea, la (12). 
580. Slight nausea, aggravated by moving around, relieved 

by keeping quiet; during menses. 3a (IT). 
Nausea relieved by eructations of wind, id (1). 
Stomach out of order: slight nausea on rising at 7 p. m. 

2 (3). 
At 10 a. m. slight nausea, lasting onlv a few minutes. 

Slight nausea while dressing in morning. 3a (8). 
At 10 p. m. slight nausea with thirst. 4 (3). 

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At 5 p. m. while smoking a cigar, great nausea with 
severe pain in stomach-pit: vomiting seemed immi- 
nent, but the sensation ceased in 4 or 5 minutes, and 
did not return. (Tabac). i {9). 

(Jagging from sore tonsils. 2 (!)). 

Sick at stomach, vomiting hard ; went home to bed. 2 

"The almost constant diphtheretic discharges from 
mouth and nose nearly ceased, and she almost im- 
mediately had spells of sickness of stomach, and 
would occasionally vomit pieces of membrane' 
"Diphtheria. 19. 
■iito. "Nausea at beginning of diphtheria. (;i cases). 3fi. 

"Great faintness of stomach and nausea. 'Parenchyma- 
tous metritis. 32. 

At 10-15 a. m., *empty, weak feeling in stomach pit ; 
next dav the same at n p. m. (Dig. Ign. Petrol. 
Sep.). 3(3). 

Before dinner, a very week feeling in stomach-pit. 3a 


Weak * Bin king feeling in stomach-pit, on waking in 
morning, la (8). 

A growling and disturbed state of stomach. 2 (8). 

Pain with flatulence, in epigastric region. 7 (2). 

At !l-45 p. m., dyspeptic pain, *as from a stone, or undi- 
gested food, in stomach pit; followed by a stabbing 
pain in r. lung, juwt below nipple. (Kali, bich.) 

"Stomach tender and bloated: cannot eat or drink any- 
thing without pain in stomach-pit. "After Diph- 
theria. 25. 

"Burning in epigastric region, feeling of a weight and 
pressure of a stone in stomach. 25. 
600. "Severe throbbing in region of solar plexus: when it 
becomes very severe, which it did daily for hours 
at a time, it would seem to extend or continue up- 
wards to head, when dizziness and lightness of head 
would supervene, requiring her to lie down at once. 
otherwise she would fall violently to the floor. 27. 

"(Jastralgia or eardialgia, worse at menses, so she would 
drop to the floor, comes* and goes suddenly. 47. 

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"Beating in stomach and bowels. ^Parenchymatous 
metritis. 33. 

"No appetite or thirst. 'Diphtheria. 4ti. 

Very hungry; could not eat enough te. satisfy herself, 
la (19). 

Aversion to anything sweet, la (3, 8). 

In stomach, feeling as if something were pushing up, 
43 (8). 

"Frequent attacks of severe vomiting, and when not so, 
always feeling of nausea, and fear to eat. 'Sick 
headache. 1.5. 

"Thirst for little at a time, but often, as throat is so dry 
and hot. 'Diphtheria. 13. 

Sinking, gone sensation in stomach-pit. 20, 

"Gnawing, hungry feeling, not relieved by eating; every- 
thing she eats, except fish, makes her worse ; the 
thought of milk makes her sick, since sick head- 
ache was cured can now eat anything. 'Sick head- 
ache. 77. Authority J. T. Kent. M. I). 

Abdomen and Hypochondria. 

BIO, Pain in r. side of pelvis: while it lasted there was no 
pain in 1. side, la (22). 
Sharp contractive pain just in front of r. anterior superior 
spine of ilium, lasting all day. sometimes occurring 
very frequently and then leaving possibly for half 
an hour: pain of the same character but not exactly 
like it. in 1. ovarian region, le (382). 

^Severe burning pain in r. hypochondriac and iliac 
region and corresponding part of hack, extending 
across back to 1. side of abdomen: worse when on 
the feet or when fatigued, better when lying down. 

Low down in r. groin, above ramus, three lancinations 
up toward crest of ilium, waking her from sleep 
71 (3). 

"Smarting in r. groin: pains seem to be in pelvic bones, 
uterus, and limbs. 'Parenchymatous metritis. Hi 

Burning in 1. side of pelvis. (Amm. <: Graph. Plat. 
Ruta. Sep.) la (20). 

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Sensation of extreme heat in 1. side of abdomen and 

pelvis, not confined to anv one spot, but general. 

la (37). 
Pain and burning in 1. side of abdomen and pelvis, with 

weight and dragging on that side : the clothes feel 

very heavy la (31). 
Pressure and pain in 1. side of pelvis, la (25). 
Intense sharp pains in 1. side of abdomen with nausea, 

caused by leaning forwards, la (17). 
ii'40. Pain in 1. side of abdomen and pelvis all the morning 

la (38). 
Pulsative boring pain in abdomen, to 1. of umbilicus, 
for several days. If (Aug. 1873). 

Rumbling and gurgling in 1. lower abdomen, la (h). 
Feeling of tension in 1. groin; does not want to walk or 

stand, as it increases the sensation : relieved by 

flexing leg on abdomen, la (IS). 
During afternoon, uneasy pain in 1. groin; returning 

the following afternoon, and lasting till 10 p.m. 

44 (18). 
Sharp pain in 1. side of abdomen, in front of ilium : the 

pressure of clothes was painful; entirely removed 

by loosening them. 1 . 
Sharp pain in 1. anterior superior spinous process of 

ilium, during expiration, la (38). 
Pains and tension in 1. groin, la (!!'). 
°Very acute pain in 1. groin, extending up 1. side to 

crest of ilium; relieved by stool; sometimes the pain 

is in track of colon. 1. 
Pain passing from crest of I. ilium to 1. ovarian region. 

la (62). 
63i>. *During evening, slight sensation of pressure in abdo- 
men and pelvis, from within outwards. 1 (62). 
♦Slight pain in 1. side of abdomen and pelvis, lasting 

only a few minutes, la («2). 
Abdomen swollen and hard. {Calf. c. Sarh. Alb. Sep.). 

la (16). 
Abdomen swollen and very hard, la (37). 
*In evening, abdomen very hard and swollen, la (44). 
Abdomen hard, and sensitive to deep pressure, la (15). 
Abdomen swollen, and sensitive to deep pressure, which 

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also causes nausea, the nausea passes off when 

pressure is relieved, la (17). 
"Abdomen swollen and burning, with bearing-down 

pains therein. 26. 
Feeling of uneasiness in umbilical region, an agitation 

or moving as it were, in the colon about this part. 

Pain in lower abdomen like a stoppage there, always 

about a a. m. relieved by passage of flatus down- 
wards. 54 (6, 7). 
f>40. Rumbling and gurgling in abdomen, with escape of 

flatus, la (33). 
Rumbling in bowels with passing of flatus in morning. 

soon followed by a copious liquid stool, accom- 
panied by a peculiar nervous tremor all over body. 

with slight tingling to ends of fingers: there was no 

second discharge. 7 (<>). 
Woke at 2.30 a. in. , with intense pain in abdomen, and 

desire for stool which could hardly be supressed; 

after repairing to closet, the diarrhoeic stool was 

voided entire at one effort, and ease immediately 

secured. 44 (5). 
Felt as though abdomen and chest were firmly com- 
pressed all over, as if the skin were contracted, lc 

Sharp shooting pains in abdomen and pelvis, worse on 

1. side, la (13). 
Severe shooting pains in abdomen and pelvis, passing 

in all directions, la (33). 
In evening, pain in upper abdomen as of wind. 4 (2). 
Colicky pains and wind in bowels, with restlessness 

during night. {Xat. ML) 4 (3). 
Slight pain in upper abdomen. 4 (4). 
Abdomen very sensitive to pressure. (Puis. Snip.) la 

(i5(l. Abdomen very sensitive to pressure and weight of 

clothes, entirely relieved by removing them, during 

very profuse menses. Id ((i). 
Pressure of clothes causes intense pain and distress in 

abdomen. (Act. Rau. bulb.) id (7). 
Abdomen painful from the least weight of hand or arm. 

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84 Abel, ant! HiffKich. lac cas. 

la {38). 
•Pains in abdomen intermittent, la (16) 
Fine miliary eruption on abdomen, preceded by nausea 

and pains in abdomen, 72. 
*Pain in pelvis, principally in r. ovarian region. (Apis. 

Patlatf.) la (1?). 
•Headache over 1. eye on first waking, and great pain 

in pelvis, most marked at r. ovary, la (18). 
Slight pain across bowels. 2 (2). 
Blight pain across bowels in morning. 2 (6). 
Paine in abdomen caused bv leaning forward, la (12. 

r.r.n. Pains in abdomen relieved by leaning back, la (til, 37), 
Abdomen and pelvis extremely hot. la (1ft). 
Burning sensation in pelvis, with pains in all direct- 
ions. (Camph. Nitr. Phox.ttc. Stram.) la (14). 
Burning sensation in lower part of abdomen and pelvis, 

passing from side to side, la (13). 
During afternoon,. burning sensation all across pelvis. 

particularly on 1. side, with considerable pain, la 

(18). ' 
Constant pains across lower part of abdomen. Id (23). 
Slight pressure in abdomen from within outwards. 

la (13). 
Outward pressure in abdomen and pelvis, la (1!)). 
Great pressure in abdomen from within outwards, la 

Pressure in abdomen from within outwards, la (;(7). 
B70. 'Pressure from within outwards, as if the contents of 

of abdomen would be forced outwards literally, 

just above pelvis, la (14). 
The contents of abdomen and pelvis seem as though 

they were coming out just above the pelvis, la (21). 
Cutting pains in lower part of abdomen, la (37). 
Abdomen very hard and feels as if it would burst, la 

Sensation while walking as if abdomen would burst. 

(Lye.) la (17). . 
Abdomen feels as though it would burst. 1c (fi). 
Pain in 1. side of pelvis, la (22). 
Weight and dragging in 1. side of pelvis, la (22), 

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Pain in 1. side of pelvis, weight and dragging on that 
side, la (23). 

Sharp, pains in all directions on 1. side of pelvis, worse 
by pressure, la (6). 
ffW). Pain in lower part of abdomen and pelvis, on 1. side; 

increased by pressure of arm or hand la (44). 
Tension of 1. groin relieved bv drawing the leg up to bodv. 
la (21). 

Feeling of tension in 1. groin, la {'i'i). 

Pains in abdomen and pelvis, la (36). 

Pressure of arm or hand increases the abdominal pain, 
la (37). 

Great distress all over abdomen and pelvis, slight relief 

by leaning back. 1c. (6). 
Menstruation at various times was preceded by an acces- 
sion of flatulence. 1. 

During evening, slight sensation of pressure in abdo- 
men and pelvis from within outwards, la (62), 

Riding in a carriage seems to jar her. and seems to in- 
crease the abdominal pain, while walking does not 
influence it in any way. la (13). 

Clothes feel very heavy, la (13), 
llffl). Abdomen and pelvis extremely hot. la (15), 

Slight pain very low down in abdomen, during menses. 
3a (15). (see under Head). 

Rumbling in abdomen, which is slightly distended, lc 
(«MP to 210). 
Rectum and Stool. 

Frequent and ineffectual urging to stool, with much 
straining. (Lack. Sitx. Halph). But neither con- 
stipation or diarrhoea, la (5). 

The frequent desire for stool has been very annoying 
all through the proving**. I. 

Frequent and urgent desire for stool; sensation as if the 
stool could not be evacuated on account of its great 
size and hardness : great pressure all across per- 
ineum: it is possible this was 'retroversion of uterus 
as no stool followed the attempt. (Brif. Kali.) lc 

When having a soft passage there is great tenesmus: 
the rectum does not act as if it had lost power, but 

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86 Rectum, and Stool. lac can. Urine. 

as if it could not expel f oeces because they are soft, 
and adhere to the parts like clay. (Plat.) le (20!) 
to 216). 

Tenesmus, but the stool was of ordinary consistency, 
le (395). 

"Obstinate constipation : frequent desire with darting 
pains in recttfm. no power to expel; stool large, 
whitish, rough, scaly, hard. 'Diphtheria. 14. 

"Constipation. 2 (•>). *Acute rheumatism. 52, 
700. First movement of bowels for four days. 4. (12). 

Slightly constipated: occasionally natural passages ; 
urgent desire for stool, but passes nothiug but 
wind, or possibly one or two small pieces like sheep- 
dungi considerable wind in abdomen, with rum- 
bling but never any pain. Ic (209 to 21H). 

Slight diarrhcea. 2 (5). 

Profuoe diarrhcea, with colic pain: diarrhcea watery, 
profuse, coming out with great force. 12. 

nlVfucous yellow liquid stools. 25. 

Diarrhcea coming on promptly every evening at 9 p.m. 


Bowels relaxed, with frequent desire for stool ; acute 

transient pain in bowels. 4 (7). 
At 5.3» a. m.. fruitless attempt at stool, terminating in 

profuse evacuation, with but very little pain at 

11.30 a. m. 4 (3). 
S.ince the proving, the bowels act night and morning ; 

previously at night only. 2. 
Constant pricking sensation at anus, lasting all the 

morning, la (ti). 
710. Great constipation before and after menses : bowels 

very loose (not diarrhcea) during menses, le (June, 

Very watery diarrhiea, only in morning, la (33). 
Diarrhcea. very watery discharge, with much pressure 

at anus, la (<>). 


Pain in urethra during urination, and lasting for a 

short time afterwards, la (12). 
Urination causes intense pain in urethra, soon \ 

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Urine. lac can. 8? 

off. la (13). 
Sensation after urinating, as though the bladder were 

still full. (Calc. c, Con. Ruta). la {30). 
Very sharp pain in bladder ten minutes after urinating, 

aggravated by pressure. (Berb., Cantk., Nat.mur.) 

3 (18). 
After urination, continued desire to urinate. (Calc. Con. 

Guiac. Laur. Ruta.) 3 (18). 
Emission of a drop or two after urinating. (Lach. Petr.) 

1 (30). 
After urination, a few more drops dribble out; to her 

great discomfort. If (6). 
720. Frequent desire to urinate, which if not immediately 

attended to, causes pain in region of bladder. (Puis). 

The pain is a numb, dull sensation ; if it is not relieved 

by urination it spreads over abdomen and 1. side to 

ends of fingers ; never in head ; would frequently 

wake at night dreaming of the pain, and would 

have to urinate to relieve it. le (May, 1872). 
Very frequent desire to urinate, passing a large quan- 
tity in proportion to the water drunk. If (76). 
Constant desire to *urinate, easily restrained ; frequent 

urination, quantity variable, light colored, rather 

scanty, lc (3). 
Constant inclination to urinate ; urine profuse, natural 

color, la (52). 
•Const ant desire to urinate, with intense pain. *Ureth- 

ral chancre. 14. 
•Constant desire to urinate, la (20, 21, 53, 61); 5 after 

40 M, 18 after 40m, 11 after CM). Parenchymatous 

metritis. 32. 
Constant inclination to ""urinate, the inclination does 

not abate by urinating, la (65). 
Constant desire to *urinate, urine scanty and frequent. 

ib (»). 

♦Constant desire to urinate, urine scanty. - lc (6). 

"Constant inclination to urinate, which was restrained 
as urination caused intense pain when coming in 
contact with vulva, lc (20). 
730. Occasionally very frequent urination, sometimes scald- 
ing the parts as it flows over them, yet not pro- 
ducing any soreness, le (June, 1872). 

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88 Urine. lac can. 

Constant and urgent desire to urinate; urine scanty 
and very light-colored. 1c (10). 

'Constant desire to urinate, passing large quantities 
frequently ; at night she dreams of urinating, and 
wakes to find an immediate necessity (Kreos.); a 
less Btrong and healthy person ■ would probably 
have wet the bed. le (209 to 216). 

Very sharp constant distressing pain in bladder, with 
frequent uncontrollable urging and tenemus; emp- 
tying bladder does not help, though it seems as if it 
would ; this pain lasted fifteen hours, gradually 
diminishing as it passed away. 40 (3). 

*Urine frequent and profuse. [Merc., Nat.m.) la (30); 
3a (1). 

Frequent urination, quantity variable, light-colored. 1. 

Urine frequent; profuse, light-colored, la (23, 28). 

•Urine frequent, scanty, high colored, la (8). 

Urination frequent and scanty, la (18). 

Urination frequent, scanty, *high colored, red sedi- 
ment, la (22). 

Constant urination. 6. 
740. "Urine high-colored or dark, plentiful, but passed at 
long intervals. 9. 

"Urine frequent, especially at night, la (24). 

"Plentiful discharge of urine, clear or high-colored, at 
long intervals. 'Diphtheria. 9. 

Urination has been especially troublesome at *night, 
causing her to wake two or three times every night 
to urinate. 1. 

Urine strong and high-colored. 2 (12). 

"Urine very scanty and dark. 'Acute rheumatism. 14. 

"Urine partially suppressed. 'Tonsilitis. 16 

°Urine dark, with frequent urination. 'Diphtheria. 20. 

"Urine scanty, infrequent, coffee-colored, no desire to 
urinate, quantity less than a gill in twenty-four 
hours, eighty per cent, albumen, with much 
mucous. 'Diphtheria. 14. 

Urine 'dark, heavily loaded with thick reddish sedi- 
ment that adhered in different colored circles to 
bottom and sides of vessel. 44 (7). 
750. "Great difficulty in urinating. "Diphtheria. 19. 

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very copiously, but with some difficulty and slight 
irritation. 'Diphtheria. 19. 

0N0 urine for forty-seven and three-quarter hours, 
bladder pretty full, parts fearfully swollen, and ir- 
ritation on urination very great. 'Diphtheria. 19. 

Woke frequently in night to urinate, and complained 
of great vesical tenismus, with sharp steady pain 
that made her weep and complain almost all night. 
41 (2). 

Frequent and very profuse urination; no thirst. Id (14). 

"Urine bright colored. "Diphtheria. 12. 

"Slight difficulty in urinating, but at times very profuse 
and light- colored. 'Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 

D esire to urinate often, with difficulty. 'Parenchyma- 
tous metritis. 32. 

*Urine unusually frequent and dark. 62 (5). 

Constant and urgent inclination to urinate in large 
quantities, though not at all thirsty ; urine high 
colored ; next day, the same urgent inclination, but 
urine was scanty, very turbid, and left a reddish 
sediment, le (209 to 216). 
760. Nocturnal enuresis, a specific. 25. 

Urine painful and passing in drops. 28 

Male Sexual Organs. 

Sexual desire quite marked. 44 (7). 

R. spermatic cord, low down, sore to touch. 44 (16). 

"Buboes and chancres. 12. 

Chancre on prepuce, 1. side of frenum, granulating 
rapidly from centre to circumference. 12. 

At 8 p.m. , considerable itching and burning for ten min- 
utes ; near glans where formerly a chancre had ex- 
isted, after eight days more, the same at 10 p. m., 
lasting much longer ; after eleven days the same in 
forenoon, the part red and feverish ; after twelve 
days, itching and redness ; and after fifteen days, 
at 9 p. m., itching, with boring, throbbing pain. 
44 (2). 

"Large chancre on dorsum penis, with a fungoid bac- 
terie mass covering the whole of the corona glandis, 
which was first of a glossy, shining, white appear- 
ance, and later covered with a fungus, looking like 

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fully developed aphtha? ; the edges of the swollen 
prepuce were covered with nodosities and itching. 13. 

"Penis enormously swollen, chancre on glands, no pain; 
chancre was like a cauliflower excrescence, over 
half inch in diameter, red, smooth, and glistening. 
Gave 30th potency. In a week two more small 
chancres, deep sharp edges, clean, with the same 
shining appearance. Cm, cured. 14. 

"Small sore at entrance of urethra ; kept getting worse; 
prepuce involved for about half inch, and the parts 
of glans around urethra an open ulcer, exhaling 
the most fetid smell, and with most excruciating 
pain ; hemorrhage at 10 p. m. every evening, and 
during the day when removing the dressings ; con- 
stant desire to urinate, with intense pain ; no sleep 
for a fortnight, red glistening appearance. 14. 
770. "Gonorrhceal pains, intermittent, in front, middle, or 
posterior part of urethra. 14. 

"When the gonorrhoea is better, catarrh sets in. 14. 

Female Sexual Organs. 

Menses scanty ; terribly cross and impatient first day; 
on second day, severe paroxysmal pains in uterine 
region, causing nausea ; occasional pain in 1. ovar- 
ian region, passing about half way down thigh, on 
upper part of it ; all these pains better by bending 
backwards ; pain and aching in r. lumbar region 
when leaning forwards (as in sewing) even for a 
short time; entire relief when bending back, le 
(371, 372). 

Menses commence at regular period, scanty at first, 
with considerable pain in region of 1. ovary. (Arg., 
Loch., Thuj.) Id (5). 

Menses for last few months (though now normal) have 
had a very strong ammoniacal smell, and wash out 
very easily ; at the close the smell was horrible 
ammonia being the most prominent, and stains a 
dark olive-green, lc (June, 1872). 

Menses three days in advance. 3 (51). 

At 7 a. m., menses commence three days in advance, 
very free flow, no pain, feels well. 3 (26) . 

Menses commence three days too soon ; flow very 
scanty and intermittent. 

Female Sex. Organs. lac can. 91 

Menses bright red ; when put into water, the blood 
forms into long strings, which soon dissolve; pas- 
sage of several small pieces of thin white trans- 
parent substance, having a distinctly organized 
structure, but extremely delicate ; next day flow 
more profuBe, and the blood natural in character ; 
menses last four days, la (15). 

Menses seven days too soon ; flow came in gushes, 
scanty, intermittent, "bright red, and *stringy, pre- 
ceded by much flatulence from bowels, la (37). 

Menses four days too soon, scanty but otherwise normal; 
la (62) 
780. Menses commenced seven days too soon, very scanty. 

"Menses fourteen days too soon, profuse. 14. 

Menses every two weeks, accompanied by lassitude, 
pains in uterine region, and slight headache. If 
(Aug. 1873). 

Menses very profuse and gushing, id (7 to 11). 

Menses very profuse ; abdomen very sensitive to pres- 
sure and weight of clothes, entire relief by removing 
them. Id (6). 

Menses more profuse, but not as much as is natural : 
somewhat "stringy, la (38). 

Menses commenced scanty, and accompanied by slight 
feeling of distress in abdomen, ' la (210). 

"Menses too early and too profuse, with bright-red blood, 
changing soon to dark clots and stringy; preceded 
by great engorgment of the breasts, with great 
sensitiveness to touch. 26. 

Menses commence, flow very slight in amount for three 
days; nest day very profuse, almost like flooding 
le (15). 

"Most excellent in Dysmenorrhcea. 16. (Parenchy- 
matous metritis. 32. 
790. "Several caseB of membranous dysmenorrhoea. 33. 

U ferine hemorrhage, when blood is bright-red and 

stringy. 26. 
Dysmenorrhcea. pain in 1. groin, with bearing down 

and nervousness. (Two cases). 36. 
Discharge of blood from vagina all day, scanty, and 
bright. Id (22). 

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92 Female Sex. Organs, lac can. 

Pressure on vulva causes a slight flow of blood. Id 

(37 - 9). 
Every evening after dinner, from Sept. 5th to 11th, 

when menstruation commenced, there was a slight 

discharge of blood which could be increased by 

pressure on the vulva, le (39 to 45). 
Leucorrhcea only while standing, la (34). 
Leucorrhcea all the afternoon, la (12). 
Leucorrhcea at night, none in day. la (28). 
•Leucorrhcea all day, but none at night, even after 

taking a long walk, la (7). 
800. Leucorrhcea during day. la (8). 
Leucorrhcea at night, la (29). 
"Leucorrhcea lasting all day, but ceasing after 6 p.m., 

worse when standing or walking, la (5). 
Leucorrhcea. la (6). 
•Slight leucorrhcea during day, worse when standing 

or walking, la (20). 
Slight leucorrhcea. (la 13, 14). 
•Slight watery leucorrhcea. 3 (61); 3a (1). 
Slight watery leucorrhcea which stains but little. 3 (8). 
°Leucorrhea, very profuse during day, none at night; 

discharge whitish and watery; pain in small of back: 

very irritable. 36. 
Leucorrhcea continuing many days in succession. 1. 
810. Leucorrhcea, worse about menstrual period. 29 
Leucorrhcea appeared instead of menses. 55. 
•Severe pain in r. ovarian region, completely relieved 

by a flow of bright-red blood which lasted for about 

an hour; and did not return, la (26). 11 (356). 
•In the afternoon, sharp pains in r. ovarian region, not 

constant but intermittent. {Apis.) la (38). 
Constant pain in r. ovarian region, lc (5). 
Constant pain all day in region of r. ovary, lc (6). 
Constant pain in 1. ovarian region, lc (7). 
"Sharp pain in r. ovary. 36. 

Constant pain in 1. ovary. (Arg. Lack.) 1 (6 after 40 m). 
•Pain in 1. ovarian region, la (37). 
820. *Pain in 1. ovarian region, and all across lower part of 

abdomen, la (38). 
°Sharp pains beginning in 1. ovary, and darting like 

lightning either towards r. ovarian region, or else 

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up 1. side and down arm, or sometimes down both 
thighs ; but most generally down 1. leg to foot, which 
is numb; pains act something like labor-pains, and 
are accompanied by great restlessness of legs and 
arms, and great aching in lumbar region; on fifth 
day after premature labor. 26. 

"Severe pain in entire uterine region, with profuse dis- 
charge of yellow, brown, and bloody leucorrhtea, 
two weeks after menses ; intense pain and enlarge- 
ment of 1. ovary — it could be seen protruding sau- 
sage-shaped—from which perceptibly was felt flatus 
passing downwards like small marbles, causing 
great pain, and discharging externally with a puff. 

Pain in groins (? ovaries) all day; slight leucorrhoea. 3 

"Pain in uterine region, passing down inside of thighs, 
half-way to knees, and right leg feels numb. 26. 

*Pains in 'uterine region, all day, having no particular 
direction except down inner side of thigh half-way 
to knees, la 15. 

Pains in uterine region, and particularly in region of 
1. ovary, extending down into thigh, uterine pains 
relieved by leaning back. *Pains intermittent, (c. 
Veg. Lac. Lye. Thuj.) la (16). 

Burning sensation in whole uterine region, also the 
ovaries. (C. veg. Lack. Lye. Thvj.) (13, 14). 

"Inflammatory and congested condition of uterus, 
with extreme soreness and tenderness, that made 
every motion, position, and even breath, painful. 
(Belt). 12. 

"Rousing up and strengthening of uterus, bringing rap- 
idly forwards the conditions preceding menses, 
which had formerly been dilatory and lingering 
for weeks. 12. 
830. "Sharp lancinating pains like knives (Murex) cutting 
upwards from os uteri, and as these were being re- 
lieved, sensation as of needles darting upwards in 
uterus. 12. 

Congestion, redness, and extreme tenderness of os 
uteri, intensely aggravated, (by 75 m). 56. 

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from vagina. {Brom. Lye, Nux. mos., iVwar vom., 
Sang.) 1. 

Pressure on anterior part of vulva, entire relief by sit- 
ting; sensation as if everything were coming out 
at vulva. (Apis. Lil., Lye, Natr., Sep., Tarant). 
Id (7). (After 75 m). 

"Bearing down as though everything would fall out 
through vagina, with very frequent desire to 
urinate, and smarting in urethra. 36. 

The labia feels very much contracted, as from astrin- 
gent applications. (Cact., Murex., Nat. mur). le 
(209 to 216). (After c. m). 

"Great irritation about vulva and rectum. Diphtheria. 

Painless nodosity in upper part of r. labia, as large as 
a pea. le (256). 

Pain in 1. side of vulva, neuralgic in nature, short 
sharp; followed by slight discharge of blood from 
vagina several hours afterwards, le (H4). 

Very severe darting pains, passing from 1. external 
labia through uterus to r. ovary, (Bell.,Pkos.,Thuj.) 
continuing about two hours, and followed by a 
profuse discharge of bright-red blood; when the 
discharge ceased, (which was immediately after 
putting the feet in cold water), sharp burning pains 
were felt in r. ovary and r. temple; these pains very 
soon disappeared, but were followed by pains in 1. 
ovary and 1. temple; the pains alternated, first r. 
then 1., lasting about an hour, when she fell asleep, 
le (8) (after CM.) 
840. "Itching in 1. side of labia, with rough eruptive condi- 
tion on 1. side of vagina, withacrid leucorrhrea; ex- 
coriatng severely. 71 (12.) 

"Great swelling of 1. labia, and terrible pain while 
urinating; from gonorrhoea. 26 (after c. m.) 

Pain in 1. vulva, relieved by a slight discharge of blood 
la (12) (after c. m.) 

Slight excoriation and itching of external labia, la (7). 

♦Itching of vulva, la (8). Id (11). 

Intense painful *soreness of vulva, extending to anus, 
coming on very suddenly about noon, and lasting 
for about two hours; came on again during evening; 

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could not *walk, *stand or *sit; relieved by "lying 
on the back and separating *the knees as far as 
possible, lc (20). 

Strong pulsations in vulva and vagina at various times 
during the proving ; and at such times, *great pain 
in vulva while sitting. (Alum., Murex). le. 

Intense itching of labia at night ; feels at times as if 
caused by something alive in it. (Calad. Tarant.) 
le (209 to 216). 

"Parenchymatous metritis. (2 cases) ; in one, uterus 3 
times as large as natural, round as a ball, and the 
body very hard, cervix obliterated by altered form 
of body; uterus sensitive. 32. 

Intense itching and excoriation of external labia. 1 

Frequent desire to urinate, passing only a small quan- 
tity, causing intense burning and smarting as if 
there was a canker sore; this passed away before 
she had an opportunity to examine the parts; sub- 
sequently an induration appeared on inside of r. 
thigh, having a flat centre, like a pimple with the 
head cut off; this speedily increased to a large boil, 
the indurated part being near 3 inches in diameter, 
much inflamed, the top purple, and a small disk of 
pus under outer cuticle ; accompanied by chills, 
sweat, and general discomfort, while the extreme 
pain prevented sitting or lying with comfort. If 
850. *Raw and bad-smelling sores between labia and thighs, 
in the folds of the skin ; worse when walking, 
would rather keep still all the time ; these sores are 
covered with a disgusting white exudation, le (209 
to 216). 

Painful pimples on mons veneris, id (20). 

Sexual organs extremely excited; very much increased 
from the slightest touch, as putting the hand on the 
breast, or from the pressure on the vulva when 
sitting, or the slight friction caused by walking. 
(Cinnam., Coff., Lack., Mosch., Murex., Plat.) le(3). 

After-pains very distressing, extending to thighs, 
rather worse on r. side. 26. 

After-pains^ very severe, and shooting down into thighs, 

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96 Female Sex. Organs. LAC can. Mammae. 

"Several cases of retroverted uterus. 12. 

°A great remedy for women, especially after miscar- 
riage. 26. 

°Menses very stringy and sticky, cannot get rid of them. 

"Much pain before and after menses, with severe head- 
ache and entire prostration for first day or bo. 
'Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 

"Menses nearly ceased; at menses much pain in r. thigh 
and uterus, constant desire for stool, very low- 
spirited. 'Parenchymatous metritis, 32. 
860. "Constant burning pain in left ovarian region, extend- 
ing from 1. leg even to foot. 'Ovaralgia. 68. 

°A serious case of uterine hemorrhage which had lasted 
with varying degree for 6 weeks, and had been 
treated "regularly" with no relief; the ovarian pains 
alternated sides, as did the chronic headache. 200th 
relieved hemorrhage permanently. 73 (per letter to 

Flow not so profuse, nor so free as usual, but feels 
lighter and is better than usual at such times; on 
second day of menses, feet burned and face became 
hot and flushed, in two hours afterwards becoming 
cool and of a yellowish color. 3 (2). 

♦Urination caused intense pain in vulva, when even the 
least drop of urine comes in contact with it. la (8). 

Menses four days too soon, otherwise normal, le (234). 

•Discharge of blood from vagina twelve days after last 
menses had commenced, no pain, le (246). 


Breasts very sore and sensitive to pressure, for a day 
or two during menses, le (319). 

"Breasts very sore and painful, with sharp darting pain 
in r. ovarian region extending downwards to knee, 
very painful and must keep leg flexed: First day 
after miscarriage at sixth month. 26. 

Pain in upper and outer part of breasts, la (34). 
870. 'Constant pain in breasts, they feel very sore when 
going up or down stairs, la (36). 

♦Breasts seem very full, la (35). 

•Constant pain in nipples, la (35). 

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•Breasts sensitive to deep pressure. (Calc, Merc, 
Murex.) 1c (C). 

•Breasts painful to deep pressure, lc (20). 

♦Breasts painful to slight pressure, lc (19). ■ 

•Breasts very painful and sore; feel as if full Of very 
hard lumps, very painful when going up or down 
stairs. (Bell., Calc, Carb. au. Lye, Nitr. etc., Phos.) 
la (37). 

•Breasts very sore and painful, la (3«). 

•Breasts very painful, but no lumps ; the pains are 
caused by the least jar ; has to hold the breasts 
firmly when going up or down stairs; breasts worse 
towards evening, so that the pressure of her arm, 
in its natural position, caused considerable pain, 
la (38). 

•Breasts very sore, sensitive to the least pressure; dull 
constant, aching pain in them all the evening. 
(Calc., Murex.) la (74). 
880. Sore spot on r. side of r. breast, about the size of a 
silver dollar; very sensitive to touch, or to the jar 
caused by going up and down stairs; in three days, 
a similar sore spot on 1. side of r. breast, la (57). 

°Soreness and enlargement of breasts. (Bell.,Bry., Calc.) 

°Loss of milk while nursing, without known cause. 12. 

"Galactorrhea. (Many cases). 12. 

Dries up the milk when nursing. (Puis.) 12, 2G, 33. 

After weaning baby, r. breast full and painful, especi 
ally hard and painful on inner side; cannot bear 
her stays to press on it; it would feel very heavy if 
she had no stays on. 15. 

"Knots and cakes in breast, after miscarriage. 1 (10m). 

"Given for an ulcerated throat to a nursing woman, it 
cured the throat and nearly dried up the milk. 12. 

"After CM (two doses) rapid decrease in size of breasts 
and quantity of milk in a lady who wanted to wean 
her child. 13. 

Larynx and Trachea. 
"Loss of voice. 33. 
890. Voice perceptibly roughened, as if about to become 
hoarse. 40 (4). 

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Voice sounds changed; is very rough, la (5). 

"Voice hoarse; interrupted by weakness and hoarseness. 

•Diphtheria. 20, 26. 
Slight 'hoarseness, with now and then a change of 
voice, after waking, but soon passing away. 44 (4). 
"Hoarseness, child cannot cry aloud. 26. 
"Excessive hoarseness, and tickling, choking sensation, 

relieved by moving about. 26. 
"Respiration hoarse, crying was whispered and broken, 

often no sound at all. "Diphtheria. 22. 
"Cough and dyspncea. 23. 

Frequent inclination to cough, from a tickling sensation 
in upper anterior part of larynx; worse in the house 
and while talking, la (7). 
At 1.30 p. m., *tickling sensation in throat causing 
cough ; in afternoon quite hoarse. (Nitr. ac.) 3 (6). 
900. Cough from tickling in upper anterior part of larynx, 
worse *when talking and also when lying down, la 
Cough from tickling sensation, la (ll). 
Cough from tickling in pharynx, la (12). 
Dry hacking cough, la (13, 14, 17, 19.) 
Cough from tickling in throat, la (22). 
"Cough caused by irritation in upper part of throat, 
worse by laying down at night, also after eating 
and drinking, and during and after talking ; with 
soreness of 1. side of throat and constant desire to 
urinate. 20. 
°Cough on taking a long breath, not when swallowing. 

°Hard metallic cough. 10. 

Cough from tickling under middle of sternum, la (37). 

Cough with pain and oppression of chest; it jars her all 

over. (Rumex.) la (37). 

910. Considerable expectoration of slightly viscid mucous. 

la (3). 

°Expectoration of profuse, thick, tough, white mucous 

in masses, with coryza. 14. 
"Constant cough, accompanying soreness. 'Diphtheria. 9. 
"Constriction in lower part of larynx, like a finger 

across throat. 26. 
"Larynx sensitive to pressure. *Diphtheria. 9. 

Larynx and Trachea. lac can. 

Menses preceded by a dry, shaking, continuous cough, 
aggravated by speaking, caused by a dryness in 
larynx, and causing soreness in abdomen; this cough 
generally preceded menses and ceased after them; 
menstruation closed, with the blood, when wet 
being grass-green, drying dark -green, lb (15:; and 

"Voice hoarse and husky. 'Diphtheria. 46. 

"Unable to speak loud; distressed feeling while speak- 
ing. 'Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 

About % p. m., subsequent to the tightness of chest, 
very severe dry cough commenced ; next day, 
dry hacking cough all day, with occasional severe 
paroxysms, very fatiguing, with cold hands and 
perspiration after coughing; in evening, after a 
hard spell of coughing, raised a little blood-stained 
mucous, a pinkish stain; no cough during night ; 
laughing, or 'talking seems to excite cough, she 
coughs almost continually while giving these 
symptoms; the sensation which provokes coughs is 
a soreness, fulness, and a sensation as if something 
might give way, and she would have hemorrhage; 
fears it; this same sensation extends through chest 
to lower inner angle of 1. scapula; chest feels tired 
and sore: every cough hurts her half-way down 
sternum; feels as though the windpipe was peeled 
inside; the cough and soreness continue obstinate 
for several days, finally subsiding gradually under 
Bellad. 200. 63 (9) 

"Croupy cough. 'Diphtheria. 64. 32. 
920. "Loss of voice, cannot speak in a whisper. *Pharyn- 
gitis. 12. 

"Throat troubles her much if she reads aloud or talks 
more than usual; it seems almost as though it were 
stopping up, and she feels very hoarse, but has no 
soreness; there is a feeling of fulness and a sense 
of choking. 15. 

"Marked soreness on touching larnyx. 'Diphtheria. 32. 

"Croupy cough, a dry hoarse bark, penetrating through 
closed doors all over the house. 'Diphtheria. 32. 

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"Difficult breathing; during evening had several suffo- 
cating spells; mother feared she would die before 
I came. 'Diphtheria. 25. 

"Terrible dispncea immediately after sleep, first on I. 
side of chest; the dispncea compelled her to be 
lifted upright with violent exertion to get breath; 
there was sharp pain in region of heart with each 
of these attacks; after the medicine, had but one 
attack of dispncea, and all the pain was referred to 
r. side of chest. "Acute rheumatism. 14. 

Lungs feel as though fast to chest, worse while writ- 
ing. 43. 

°Breathing hoarse and croupy, and at times an entire 
stoppage of breath, when it would resume with a 
violent effort. "Diphtheria. 14. 

"Breathing often snoring, and only possible through 
mouth. "Diphtheria. 14. 

Sighing frequently. 40 (3) 

"Short breath. * After diphtheria. 25. 
930. "Great difficulty in breathing, so he could not lie down 
flat. 19. 

"Breathing very labored; could hear him breathe as you 
came upstairs. 19. 

"Loud snoring during sleep. (Two cases). 25. 

"Sensation as if the breath would leave her when lying 
down and trying to sleep; has to jump up and stir 
around for an hour or so every night. (Grindelia 
robust a.) 2G. 

After dinner, oppressed for breath, and has pain in up- 
per part of lungs, shooting downwards. 3a (7) 

Woke up just before daylight, feeling almost suffocat- 
ed; had to go to the open window, la (C) 

Oppressed for breath all day, only comfortable while 
in open air. Puis, la (C) 

Sharp pain under fourth rib on r. side, when taking a 
deep inspiration, la (13) 

Pain under fourth rib of r. side, when taking a long 
breath, la (14) 

Soreness from r. clavicle down to third or fourth rib, 
worse on moving, less on 1. side. 43. 
940. Clavicles sore to touch. 43. 

Ritrbt clavisle feels as if out of place, worse by moving 
; .shoulder, 43. 

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Chest. LAC CAN. 101 

Sore spot just to right of mid-sternum, worse from 
lifting or from pressure. 43. 

Stabbing pain in r. lung, just below nipple, preceeded 
by pain in stomach-pit as of a stone or undigested 
food, at 9.45 p. m. 4 (1) 

Stitches in r. lung on aline with nipple, aggravated by 
respiration. 12. 

Severe pleuritic pain in region of fourth rib of r. side, 
much increased by prolonged inspirations, le (7). 

Pain at the right fourth rib, very severe, so as to cause 
exclamations, le (8) 

Severe pain in r. side in the deep muscles, worse from 
the least motion, especially from turning body to 
1. side; pain something like pleurisy, yet unlike it, 
not effected by respiration, yet made worse by tak- 
ing off the corsets, as it then seemed to allow of 
greater motion of the parts: this lasted three days. 
le. (July 1872.) 

Bruised sensation in r. side of chest when taking a 
deep inspiration, la. (20) 

Pain in evening in region of seventh and eighth ribs of 
r. side, caused by deep inspiration, la (41). 
950. During evening pain in region of seventh and eighth 
ribs during deep inspiration, la. (45, 51) 

Sharp pain through 1. lung forward. 4 (6) 

Sharp neuralgic pain under nipple of 1. breast, for one- 
half hour. 7 (5) 

Whole 1. chest feels sore and congested, could scarcely 
draw a long breath. (Calc, Ran. bulb., Stann). 
If (August, 1873). 

Trembling sensation through chest and arms. 4 (7) 
(See Generalities.) 

Trembling nervousness through chest, with sensation 
of uneasiness. 4 (10.) 

Pain in chest and throat. 2 (10) 

Soreness through chest to back. 43 

Cramped feeling in chest, wants to stretch up and 
back. 43 

Sore across mid-chest during forced expiration, feels 
just as if she had been struck. 43. 
960. Boring pains in all parts of chest. If {August, 1873.) 

Sharp pain in r. breast at 4 p.m. 2 (8) 

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Sharp pain like a stab in 1. breast at 7 p. m. 2 (8, 9) 

Chest quite sore in a line across nipples. 2 (10) 

At noon, pains in upper chest, lasting the rest of day. 
44 (5) 

Raw sensation in chest as if it had beep scraped- la (2) 

Feeling of oppression and tightness behind sternum, 
with desire to draw a deep breath. 3 (42) 

Dyspeptic aching pain behind lower end of sternum. 

Fine stinging pain at middle of sternum; very super- 
ficial, lasting half an hour, but returning during 
evening, la (12) 

Palpitation of heart, irregular, causing shortness of 
breath, lc (7). 
970. Sharp pain over apex of heart, for five minutes. 7 (1). 

?Pulse so rapid it could scarcely be counted. 'Diph- 
theria. 10. 

"Pulse 130. Tonsillitis. 16. 

Pulse 'quick, full and strong, with pain in chest and 
throat. 2 (10) 

"Pulse of little volume. 'Diphtheria. 17 

"Pulse 130, wiry, weak. 19. 

"Pulse quick and feeble. 'Diphtheria. 9 

*Pulse 100. 41 (3) 'Diphtheria. Dyspepsia. 25 

"Pulse 120. 'Diphtheria. 25, 51, 46, 21. 

"Pulse 140. 'Diphtheria. 19, 23, 25, 12. 
980. "Pulse 170. 'Diphtheria. 22. 

"Pulse 130-140. 'Diphtheria. 23. 

"Pulse almost gone. 'Diphtheria. 12. 

"Pulse 117. .'Diphtheria. 48. 

"Pulse, rapid, quick. 'Acute rheumatism. 52. 

Pulse 90 (with fever and diphtheretic throat) 62 (5) 

"Heart beats rapidly from slight causes. 'Parenchy- 
matous metritis. 32. 

"Respiration 21. 'Diphtheria. 48. 

"Difficult to breath at times. 'Parenchymatous metri- 
tis. 32. 

"Trembling, jerking, and fluttering through lungs, with 
numb, prickling sensation all over the body, legs, 
and arms. 26. (See Legs.) 
990. Great difficulty of breathing, with increase of former 
sensation that throat was closing. 53. (1). 

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Sensation as of a hand in upper part of chest, or *lower 
part of neck; this tightness is very bad, afterward 
cough commenced. 113 (9). 

Difficult breathing; could not get a full breath. 53a. 

Oppression at chest; almost a soreness. 53b. 

Sharp pain in r. side, a little in front; about the fourth 
rib, like a pleuritic stitch. 1. 

Sharp pains in r. side, la (38). 

Oppression and sense of suffocation in chest, similar to 
that experienced on sixth day of first proving; re- 
lieved by a dose of 10M. le (540). 

"Paralytic symptoms strongly marked ; as soon as he 
went to sleep, would stop breathing, and was only 
kept alive by keeping him awake; apparently 
respiration was kept up by voluntary effort. 'Diph- 
theria. 75. 

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Pain in back, just below r. scapula, la (22, 33). 
Pain in back below r. scapula, la (37, 40, 43). 
1000. Sharp neuralgic pain under r. scapula. 7 (2). 

Lameness and cutting pain under 1. scapula, felt most 

when turning in bed. 4a (8). 
Lameness through body from under 1. scapula forwards, 

felt keenly at 7 a. m. 4a (9). 
Sharp pain in 1. scapula, for about three minutes. 3 (8). 
Slight darting pain under 1. scapula. 7 (1). 
Sharp cutting pain under 1. scapula, shooting forwards 

through lung. 4a (2). 
Sharp cutting pain under 1. scapula, shooting forwards 

through lung, with a similar pain under r. scapula, 

when lying turned partly towards the r. side and 

partly on back. 4a (3). 
At 7.30 a. m., sharp cutting pain near 1. scapula, as 

from rheumatism, worse on drawing a long breath; 

at 11.30 a. m., stitch in 1. breast, very marked. 4 (5). 
Piercing pain under 1. scapula, running through the 

body. 4a (19). 
Piercing pain under 1. scapula, running through the 

body; felt keenly when turning in bed. 4a (28). 
1010. Sweat on back while walking, though the day was very 

cold ; after entering a warm room it chilled her 

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through : thermometer at zero. {Led. Petrol. Phos. 
Rhus. Sep.) 1 (Dec. 25). 

"Sharp incisive pain between scapulae, passing through 
to sternum, with a sense of pressure or constriction 
of chest, in afternoon. 27. 

Pain in back from scapulas to sacrum, lc (C). 

Slight pains in scapulas while sitting. 3 (6). 

Backache between and just below scapulas, when lean- 
ing forwards, la (17). 

Backache nearly all day between scapula?, worse after 
becoming warm, somewhat relieved by leaning 
back, la (5). 

Backache between scapulae, la (6, 8, 15). 

Pain between scapulas when leaning forwards, la ( 10). 

Backache between scapula; and in sacrum, la (20). 

During evening, pain in back between scapula; and 
in sacrum, la (38). 
1020.°Aching pains in all the limbs and back. 'Diphtheria. 86. 

"Neck stiff. 'Rheumatism, neuralgic headache; 'Diph- 
theria. 25. 

Pain in sacrum, la (13). 

Pain in sacrum, increased by riding, not by walking, 
la (14). 

"Pain in back of neck. 'Diphtheria. 9. 

Aching pain in sacral region in morning, worse by 
stooping, relieved by leaning back, with a sort of 
weakness and giving away as if she would fall ; 
this pain extended around 1. side of pelvis (leaving 
the back) to inside of thigh, followed by a bloody leu- 
corrhoeal discharge after six hours, which came all 
at once, leaving labia extremely sensitive. If (152), 

•Wandering pains in nape with stiffness. 'Rheuma- 
tism. 25. 

"Backache. 'Diphtheria. 12, 17, 31, 51. 

"Entire spine sensitive. 'Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 

"Heat, pain, and beating in small of back. 'Parenchy- 
matous metritis. 32. 
1030. "Neck aches, making her desire to bend head for- 
wards. 'Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 

"Wakes with severe pain in lower part of back, and it 
is often five minutes before she can straighten her- 
self ; this pain leaves her when she has been about 

Back. LAC CAN. Upper Extremities. 105 

her work a short time, not returning till nest morn- 
ing. 'Nervous throat affection. 15. 

"Pain in back. "Diphtheria. 17,21. 

Fain and stiffness up r. sterno-cleido-mastoideus. 43. 

In morning, began to feel painful fulness in back, 
across region of kidneys, much increased towards 
night ; on lying down at night the pain ceased, also 
pains in calves, but returned soon after beginning 
to move next morning, continuing all day. (>2 (4). 

Sometimes darting pain in region of r. kidney. 62 (5). 

"Spine aches from base of brain to coccyx. "Pharyn- 
gitis. 12. 

Slight enlargement of already enlarged lymphatics in 
side of neck. 44 (11). 

."Intense unbearable pain across super-sacral region, 
extending to r. natis and down r. sciatic nerve ; the 
pain was so severe as to prevent sleep or, rest ; at 
sametime diphtheretic sore throat on r. side, with 
sensation of a lump, could not swallow solid food. 12. 

Upper Extremities. 

Painful swelling and hardness, with suppuration, of 1. 

axillary gland ; menses came on at same time. 

le (195). 
Sharp pain passing from r. shoulder to second joint of 

third finger, la (15). 
1040. Pains down r. arm and in fingers, which feel cramped; 

does not seem to have the same power in r. hand. 43. 
"From draught in evening, sudden violent pains in r. 

shoulder, so much so that when retiring that night 

she could not raise arm to finish toilet, as if dis- 
abled by dislocation. 25. 
Pain in bend of r. elbow, la (30). 
Tingling in r. forearm extending from elbow to little 

finger (Arsen., Con., Merc, Puis., Sec.,) at 10. a. m.; 

at 1.45 p. in., the same tingling, and with it the 

same sensation across r. calf, and a neuralgic pain 

in r. temple. 4 (2). 
Right wrist lame and painful, (Ox. ac, Petrol), la (13). 
Severe pain for all of one day in r. wrist, pain seemed 

to be deep in centre, le (June, 1872). 
Steady pain in r. hand as if it had been bruised. 3a 

(21, 22). 

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100 Upper Extremities. i,ac can." 

Pain in r. hand, passing from thumb to little finger, 
la (21). 

Pain in ball of r. thumb, lc (IK). 

Sharp shooting pains in ball of r. thumb, la (30). 
1050. Pain in third finger of r. hand, extending from middle 
joint to tip. lc (7)i 

Blotches looking like flea-bites on 1. arm and both legs, 
which itch slightly; blotches had passed away next 
day. 3 (5). 

Slight lameness of 1. shoulder. {Lack.) la (9, 10). 

Severe pain in metacarpo-phalangeal joint of index 
finger of 1. hand, worse from pressure, also from 
bending the finger backwards ; lasted severely 
about a week, but still continues a little (Nov., 1872). 
Severe pain of similar character in h shoulder 
joint, felt only during certain movements of arm, 
especially when rotating it outwards or backwards 
(Nov. 20th, 1872); still continues (Feb., 1873); the 
same in both shoulders, with constant desire to 
urinate (March, 1874). le, If. 

"Partial paralysis of 1. arm, unable to raise hand to 
head; on attempting to do so was seized with sharp 
pains in arm below shoulder. 27. 

Sharp pain round 1. arm, as of a cutting instrument : 
felt principally at the vaccination-cicatrix ; passed 
from thence to 1. elbow and dissappeared. 4 (45 
minutes after first dose). 

At 8 p. m. sharp pain in upper part of 1. arm, for about 
two minutes ; then in the wrist. 3 (10). 

Severe fine pain, lancinating in character, along outer 
border of 1. biceps, worse when raising arm; this 
alternated with a similar pain in top of 1. knee, 
which made it difficult to stand on the foot, and 
caused her to walk lame; at no time did the pains 
occur simultaneously; sometimes they would last 
5 or 10 minutes in arm, and then all would go to 
knee, or they would last half an hour in one 
place and not go to the other; was scarcely free 
from for two days; never had them before or since. 
le (217, 218). 

Severe pain in 1. elbow. Id (1). 

Pain in 1. elbow. Id (2, 3). 
loiio, "Trembling of 1. hand, as in paralysis agitans. 14. 

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Upper Extremities. lac can. 10? 

Woke in night feeling very chilly, with *sharp pain in 
1. hand, and 'sensation in left arm as if it was 
asleep ; lasting 15 minutes. 3a (0). 

Palms and soles burning hot. 40 (3) 

Palms grew hotter, and finally itched so frightfully 
that she could do nothing but sit and grind them 
together ; under their thick cuticle were numerous 
dark red macula as if an ezanthem were about de- 
veloping, and were only held in check by the horny 
epithelium. Palms abnormally hot to touch. 40 (5): 
hands still burn. (8). 

"Two warts on little finger noticed to be leaving. 14. 

Painful eruption in axillae, like moist herpes, exceed- 
ingly painful on washing them, lc (25, 26). 

Herpetic eruption in both axill*, with slight brownish 
scabs, extremely painful when washing them, le 

Herpetic eruption in both axilke, mostly in r. with 
light brownish scabs, extremely painful when wash- 
ing them, le (33). 

"Veins in hands look bluer than usual, they are swollen. 

Itching miliary eruption, on both upper arms, con- 
tinuing some time, le (Oct. 1872). 
1070. Sensation as if an insect were crawling on shoulders 
and neck, occasionally on the hands. (Xai., Carb., 
Nitr., Phos. oc, Secale., Tabac.) le (15 to 80). 

Crawling sensation on shoulders, commencing just 
over or back of joint, passing up towards neck and 
up to edge of dress, as if a large insect were 
leisurely crawling in an indirect course; the sensa- 
tion is so well defined that frequent fruitless 
examinations were made to find the insect, le 
(June to August 1872). 

Fingers extremely cold, but not the rest of hand. 
Cicuta., Deflora., Rhod., Tarax.) la (6) If (22). 

Perspiration in axillse, stains the linen bright orange- 
color, no smell. Dulc, Hep., Rhod,, Selen., 
Sep., Snip., Tellur., Thuja. 1 (Oct. 1872). 

*Very fetid perspiration in axillse, staining the linen 
brown, lc (16). 

*Fetid perspiration in axilla;, lc (17). 

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108 Upper Extremities, lac can. Lower Extremities. 

Biceps very sore at lower part, only felt during motion, 
not from touch. (Fluor, ac.) la (41). 

Wrists lame, (Nnr., Kali., Ruta.) la (11, 21, 25, 40). 

Wrists very lame, especially the r., which has sharp 
pains passing from thumb to little finger, la (12). 

Wrists very lame- la (14). 
1080. WristB and knees lame, la (10). 

Wrists lame and painful, especially r. la (20). 

Aching in both wrists, especially when lifting anything, 
le (39 to 44). 

Pains in all parts of both hands, le (12). 

Pains in the hands, le (15, 18). 

Soreness of ends of all the fingers for several days. If 
(August, 1873). 

°Pain in one or the other shoulder. 'Rheumatism. 25. 

"Neuralgic pains in shoulders, left then right; then rice 
versa. 57- 

°Shoulders and arms ache. ^Parenchymatous metritis. 

°Left hand bloats and is numb, with trembling, jerking, 
and fluttering through lungs ; numb pricking sen- 
sation all over body, arms and legs. 20. 
1090. Feels as if she wanted to fix shoulder so it would not 
feel strained. 43. 

"Pain in 1. shoulder extending across to r. L- worse, 
could scarcely move the arm. Pharyngitis. 12. 

"Burning of hands and feet at night. 'Ovaralgia. G8. 

Lower Extremities. 

A few days before menses, the inside of both thighs 
became raw and painful when walking, they then 
broke out with large, flat red pimples, no pus in 
them; the soreness soon left; but the pimples re- 
main, they have no sensation, le (142). 

During menses, the same pimples on thighs have come 
out; she worries herself for fear they will prove to 
belittle snakes and twine and twist around each 
other, le (172). 

The pimples return, and itch terribly, le (209 to 216). 

"Partial paralysis of r. leg, from miscarriage; has to 
use a cane; r. ovary sore by spells, and pain darts 
down leg, sometimes to foot ; leg feels numb and 

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Lower Extremities. lac can. 109 

stiff but cannot keep it still any length of time ; 

feels better by flexing it on abdomen. 20. 
Varicose veins on outer r. thigh, from hip to knee. Id 

Severe pain in r. gluteal muscles; seems to catch her 

when she walks, so that she must bend to the r. and 

walk lame. 1 {Jan. 1873). 
Sharp pain in upper part of r. thigh, during severe 

coryza. 3 (-1). 
1100. When walking, sensation of a pea on outer part of r. 

knee-joint, walks as if lame, le (7). 
Sensation in right knee-joint as though the leg below 

were turned outwards; constant inclination to put 

the hand down and bring it into place again; felt 

only during evening: there was no displacement. 

le (138 to ItiO). 
Pain in r. popliteal space, la (13 14). 
Pain passing from r. popliteal space to back part of 

ankle, la (15) 
Pain in r. popliteal space, relieved by stretching the 
limb out, and everting the foot, la (20) le (21). 
Walks lame, la (20). 

Right leg seems one or two inches too long, la (20). 
Right leg feels longer than 1. la (21). 
Sharp lancinating pain in middle front of r. leg. le 

Fine sharp lancinating pain from middle of r. ankle 

in front, passing up leg about 8 inches, zigzag, le 

1110. Painful stitches in r. big toe when walking, la (10). 
Pain in r. big toe when walking. (Bry.) la (11). 
Knees and wrists lame la (10). 
Rheumatic pains in 1. hip and along sciatic nerve. 

^Rheumatism. 25. 
At noon, rheumatic-like pains in upper outer front of 1. 

thigh. 44 (4). 
Pain in inner and forepart of 1. knee, la (20, 21). 
Sensation of numbness in 1. leg with great heat as if 

burning, but cool to touch; brought on by pressure 

on popliteal space, as on the edge of a chair ; for 

two days, id (23, 24). 
Sharp lancinating pains in 1. ankle-joint internally, 

which causes immediate weakness, so that she 

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110 Lower Extremities, lac can. 

would fall unless supported; lasts only for an 
instant. (Nat, Curb.,) If (Feb. 1873). 

After sitting awhile, on rising has an aching pain in 
top of 1. foot, which prevents walking, and makes 
her fall ; relief in a short time, lc (545). 

For about a week, whenever she rose after sitting 
awhile, has sharp pain in 1. foot ; passing from 
outside of heel to top of instep; for the first few 
steps she would have no control over the foot, and 
would walk as if lame; it would be felt again after 
sitting; would rapidly pass ofF. le (Nov. 1872). 
1 130. Burning of ball of 1. big toe. la (2(1). 

Burning of inner side of 1. big toe. la (27). 

(•Temporary sciatica in 1: thigh ; said I had given him 
an opiate. 25. 

Varicose veins on outside of both thighs ; still visible on 
126th day. (Puis., Psor.,) le (4). 

Sudden creeping chills in lower limbs, la (12). 

Slight excoriation of skin between thighs, caused by 
walking, le (7). 

Feeling of stiffness through thighs, nearly all day, 
worse on attempting to move after sitting. 3 (11). 

Subject to attacks of acute rheumatism, and always 
had one after quinsy sore-throat. Bruised pain in 
soles, preventing walking, and a stiffness of ankle, 
knee, and hip-joints, and an occasional pain moving 
upwards ; the pain became intense; she was con- 
fined to bed, and complained of pain in ankle-joints 
as of a dull plug pushing ; joints were stiff and 
sore and tender to touch, with but little swelling ; 
any application of fluid, whether cold or warm, 
made pain worse; worse from much heat and from 
least motion; then knees became involved, then 
hips and 1. side of chest. At first 1. ankle was 
attacked, then, after some hours suffering r. ankle, 
with relief to the part first affected; this would last 
two hours on r. side, and the pain would move 
back again to the joint first affected, and so the 
pain would see-saw from one side to the other, with 
relief in one side at a time; after 24 hours the joint 
higher up would be attacked, and the same pro- 
gramme be carried out. 14. 

"Bruised pains insoles, making it difficult to walk; in 

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Lower Extremities. lac can. Ill 

12 days the pains suddenly left the soles, and ap- 
peared in r. knee-joint, being smarting, lancinating, 
with light swelling of the joint ; he could not move 
the affected limb, as the least motion increased the 
pains, as did also touch and the pressure of the bed- 
clothes. On the following day the 1. knee-joint was 
affected in the same way, the r. becoming markedly 
relieved ; but on the ensuing day, the r. was again 
affected, with relief to the 1. Afterwards the hip 
joints were attacked alternately with the same symp- 
toms which had affected the knee-joints ; alternating 
like these in the pains and swelling, the 1. joints 
being aggravated one day with relief of the r. and 
vice-versa , also lancinating pains appeared in the 1, 
side of chest. After 4 days the wrist-joints were also 
affected, first the R. with the same symptoms as 
those of the lower extremities, the symptoms of one 
side of the body alternating with those of the other. 
He was not able to move himself in bed, the lancin- 
ating pains made him cry out continually : there was 
constipation, sleeplessness, but no fever ; the pains 
and swelling were aggravated every evening, and 
especially by night, by movement, the effort to move 
himself in bed by touch and by the pressure of bed- 
clothes. 58. 
1130. "Articular rheumatism in r. hip and knee-joints, es- 
pecially the former ; she was seated in an arm-chair, 
unable to move, complaining of bruised, smarting, 
lancinating pains in both joints and in lumbar re- 
gions, with swelling of the effected joints ; the pains 
aggravated by the slightest motion at night, by touch, 
and by the pressure of the bed-clothes . Next day 
the pains and swelling had gone to the 1. hip and 
knee-joints, leaving the r. almost free : the ensuing 
day they had almost entirely disappeared from 1. hip 
and knee-joints and had again attacked the r. hip 
and knee : there was complaining, moaning and 
sighing on account of her sufferings, and the termin- 
ation of her illness. 58. 

°The remedy par excellence for sciatica (Curare, Graph, 
Graphal, Kali-bich, Lack., Iris, Pht/t., Plaupn, 
Tallur.) la. 

Pains in the knees and wrists, Rttta la. (22) 

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112 Lower Extremities, lac can. 

In evening, pain in both knees ; slight relief by stretch- 
ing the limbs out straight, la (643). 

Severe pain in front of both knees. 50. 

Veins of feet and ankles very much swollen, le (12). 

Feet swollen and very sore, causing considerable pain 
while walking. (EupaL, Pals., Bry.) la (7). 

"Cramps in feet. (Lye, Petrol., Silic, Sulp.) 25. 

"Ecthyma ; a sore breaks out on r . leg, excessive itching 
causes by-and-by incarnation, then swelling, blis- 
ters forms and suppuration sets in ; afterwards clear 
lymph, then discharge of matter ; then scabs and 
scales will form, turning eventually into a bran -like 
desquamation ; scars have left discolored skin. 
Case comes nearest to Neligan's Atlas of Cutan- 
eous Diseases. Plate 3, fig. 2. 25. 

Itching on calves, which, on being gently scratched, left 
a burning sensation ; it extended up thighs, and on 
to the fleshy part of. arms below elbows ; most to- 
wards evening, and when warm : continued without 
redness or eruptions 14 days. 7(15). 
1140. Numbness and paralytic feeling in inner side of both 
knees, extending to both big toes. 60. 

"Entirely disabled from walking or even standing. *Pa- 
renchymtous metritis. 32. 

"Limbs cold to knees. ^Diphtheria. 12. 

"Pain in r. hip and leg while walking, with atrembling 
of the leg, and slight feeling of uncertainty, parti- 
cularly on going down stairs. *Parenchymatous 
metritis. 32. 

"Almost constant pain in r. hip. Parenchymatous 
metritis. 32 

"Cannot walk any distance; trembling through r. thigh, 
and feeling as though entire lower portion of body 
was giving way ; felt as though something were 
strained across lower part of bowels. *Parenchy- 
matous metritis, 32. 

"After exposure to cold night air when drunk ; sharp 
darting pains, worse by any motion, with swelling 
in r. knee and r. ankle ; next day joints of 1. knee, 
1. ankle, 1. hand, extremely painful, the same pain, 
moderately swollen, slightly red ; ensuing day, 1. 
ankle and knee better, but r. shoulder and elbow 
similarly affected : other joints unchanged in ap- 
pearance. 52. 


Lower Extremities. LaO can. Fever. 113 

Pains in calves, (as well as the region of the kid- 
neys) ceased on lying down at night, returning 
next morning soon after beginning to move. (S2 (4). 
"Can only walk with the assistance of a cane. *Hip-joint 

Limbs very cold all night. 3 (45). 
1 150. Feet burn on 2nd day of menses. 3 (2). 


Chilly feeling, lasting all day. 3a (10). 

Internal chilliness, with external warmth. (Am., Ars., 

Bell., Calc, Cocc, Dig., Hell., Iqn., Lack., Nux., 

Sep., 80., Thuja.) 3 (51). 
At 9.30 p.m., sudden chilly sensation, while the lips 

parch and burn. (Arsen.) 3 (17). 
"Severe chills. "Diphtheria. 17. 
Cold and chilly all day till 4 p. m., when she becomes 

suddenly very warm, with *flushing of 1. side of 

face, la (5). 
At 4 p. m ., felt very cold on entering house after being 

out of doors all day ; cold chills ran down back, and 

hands as cold as ice : at <>. 30 p. m. , entire relief after 

a hearty dinner. 3 (12). 
*Slight rise of temperature. 41 (3). 
Intense *fever on waking in morning, with perspiration. 

(Enpat. Perf.) 6. 
°Fever, and bathed in warm perspiration, especially 

about face, neck and hands. "Diphtheria. 22. 
llfiO "Intense heat. "Diphtheria, lfi. 
"Moderate fever. "Diphtheria. 9. 
°Fever. 'Diphtheria. 19, 31. 
"Acute rheumatism. 52. 
"High fever. "Diphtheria. 12, 21, 25. 
"Dry hot skin. "Diphtheria. 23. 
"Fever returning every afternoon. "Diphtheria. 19. 
"Temperature 102'V 'Diphtheria. 1(1. 
"Temperature 102. "Tonsillitis. 1G. 
"Temperature 103^. "Diphtheria. 48. 
1170 "Temperature 103. "Acute rheumatism. 52. 
"Sweat all over. "Diphtheria. 20. 
"Skin clammy. "Diphtheria. 17. 
"Exhausting sweats after sleep. 20. 

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"Fever and chills for a few days, and up and down every 
few hours. 19. 

"Wakes in night in cold perspiration, with fearful fore- 
bodings . "Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 

"Perspired considerably through night, sweat having a 
rank smell. "Acute rheumatism. 52. 

l> Sleep prevented by being very cold, for one hour after 
retiring with *great nervousness. 3 (16). , 

Woke in night feeling very chilly, with sharp pain in 
1. hand, and sensation in 1. arm as if it was asleep, 
lasting 15 minutes. 3a (!f). 

•Feels feverish. 02 (5). 


1180. Very sleepy, could scarcely keep awake, la (3). 

Very sleepy all day long, could scarcely keep awake, 
(Sulph.) la (20). 

Very sleepy all day. la (21). 

Sleepy during evening, la(0). 

Very sleepy during evening, la (7, lit, 33, 40, 47, 58). 

Can hardly keep awake in evening, even when reading 
something very interesting. [Thuja), la (209 to 310). 

Goes to sleep in day-time if alone ; would like to sleep 
even when people are around, but will not give up 
to it. le (20!)to21fi). 

Sleep good ; dreams pleasant, about statuary. . 3 (4) 

Sound sleep forepart of night ; after 1 a. m., sleep bro- 
ken and disturbed : uneasyfitful dreams till morn- 
ing, the subject not remembered. 2 (3). 

"Drowsy. "Diphtheria. 3. 
1101). "Great desire to sleep. "Diphtheria. 1?. 

"Cried out and talked in sleep. "Diphtheria. 21. 

"Sleeplessness from emotional strain, with entire ner- 
vous debility. 25. 

•Cannot And any comfortable position in bed ; there is 
no way she can put her hands that they do not 
bother her : falls asleep at last on her face. 1. 

When in bed, the arms seem to be in the way somehow, 
cannot get them into a comfortable position ; on 
waking, thehandsare over the head. Calc, Chin., 
Coloc, Niix., Plat., Pidn., Rheum., Ruta., Thuja, 
Yerat..) le (20!) to 210). 

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Steep, I,ac can. 115 

Very restless at *night ; very difficult to get into a com- 
fortable position ; generally go to sleep lying on 
back with bands over head, le (June, 1872), 

Sleep broken and very bad. 2 (10) . 

•Sleep disturbed, very wakeful ; limbs very cold all 
night. (45) . 

Began to be very restless at night, even in sleep ; rest- 
lessness most marked when attempting to sleep, 
could not sleep until late at night : rolled and tossed 
about all night, could not sleep at all on account of 
uncontrollable feeling of restlessness; had to turn 
and shift about constantly; utter inability to lie half 
a minute in one position : the nightly restlessness 
lasted till 8th day. 40 (3). 

*Very restless all nigbt : could not keep any clothes 
over her. le (8). 
' 1200 Extremely 'restless at night, rolling and tossing about 
momentarily, sighing deeply. 42 (5). 

All nigbt *very restless, tossing about, moaning and 
groaning during sleep ; next night, restless with 
hot hands and feet ; but slept better than on pre- 
vious night. 41 (2). 

"Sleepless and crying continually. 2(i. 

"Sleeps a great deal in day-time, and sleepless and cry- 
ing all night long. 26. 

"Very restless, cannot sleep much. "Parenchymatous 
metritis. 38. 

"Very little restless sleep at night, bad dreams. 'Paren- 
chymatous metritis. 32. 

Dreams of the events of the day , but much magnified. 
{Bry., Calc.,) 1. 

Dreams confused. 2 (2). 

Dreams of going to the sea-shore or to the water many 
nights in succession. 1. 

Dreams of pleasant interviews with friends. 4 (8). 
1210. Sleep at night full of sensuous dreams, with conscious 
emissions. 44 (4). 

Sensuous dreams at night, but no emission. 44 (4). 

Very distressing dreams about cats. Amen., Hyos., 
Mez., Puis.) la (20). 

Dreams of a very beautiful vision ; as if the heavens 
opened and disclosed scenes of indescribable beauty. 
(Stann.) 1. 


llfi Sleep. LAC CAtf. 

Continually dreams of eating all night, but does not 
dream that she is hungry ; dreams in connection of 
walking a great distance, le (245). 

Dreams of eating to excess almost every night ; yet 
during the day not the least desire for food, though 
it tastes good when eating, le (April & May, 1872). 

Dreams of seeing nice things to eat, and of having a 
great desire for them ; yet as soon as she eats, is 
terribly nauseated. 1 

Dreams of eating, but everything nauseates her ter- 
ribly ; it makes her sick to think of it, even when 
awake. 1. 

Dreams of playing ghost, and going around to scare 
folks. 1. 

Dreams of going home, and always getting into trouble ; 
of going to s£e people, and being disappointed be- 
cause they were not glad to see her. 1. 
ViiO. Dreams that she is naked in public streets, or other 
places, and feels terribly about it for awhile, and 
then consoles herself that, as she has an exquisitely 
beautiful form it will make no difference. 1. 

Dreams frequently that she has a child, but that it 
has no father, and that she is disgraced by it ; she 
never dreams of its birth, only that it is hers some 
other way. 1 . 

Dreams of traveling great distances, but generally is 
in trouble, missing trains, boats, and stages, l. 

Dreams of going a journey, and was separated from the 
party, and had to walk a long distance, and arrived 
at the station just in *time to see the train start off. 
1 (Deflor., Lack., Sang., Sil)- 

Dreams of a terrible pain in 1. side of chest ; felt as if 
her corsets were broken and sticking into her ; the 
agony was intense when taking them off : woke up 
exhausted. If (Aug., 1«73.) 

Dreams of vermin, especially bed-bugs, very distress- 
ing ; there seemed to be multitudes of them. 
(Anem., Uarb., Mur., Ac, Nux., Pkos.) 1. 

Dreamed that she was all one mass of sores inside of 
her, and that small round fat worms (like cheese 
maggots) were crawling out of the vulva, and going 
all over her ; she would take them off, yet more 
would come, and she would feel them crawl out one 

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after the other, just as plain as if it were really the 
case : on waking, the sensation continued, with vio- 
lent itching of vulva, but was afraid to touch it 
for fear that the sores in the groins had indeed 
generated worms, le (209). 

Dreams of a visit from the devil (knew him by the ap- 
pearance of his body, as seen through a rent in his 
clothes, which was as a glowing red-hot coal), who 
urged her to eat and drink divers articles ; on her 
refusal, took her to his anatomical museum, 
where he had the hands of those who had pledged 
him, and the hearts of those who had bartered them 
for wealth, power and fame. {Kali., Nat., C, Nic- 
col) 1. 

Sleep very much disturbed by dreams ; two or three 
times was witnessing blood-shed; also dreamed that 
she was lost in some old ruins, and could not find her 
way out. 39 (2). 

"Dreamed a-large snake was in the bed. ^Tonsillitis. 8. 
1230. "Sleep restless. "Nervous throat affection. 15. 

Got to sleep late ; profuse *sweat during sleep ; felt 
feverish all night ; in morning feels better in every 
way. (12 (4). 

Dreamed that she had hemorrhage of lungs ; caused by 
the had feeling in luugs. 03 (9). 

"At night lies with 1. leg flexed on thigh, and thigh on 
pelvis ; very restless all night, feels worse after 
sleep. *Ovaralgia. (left side) 08. 

Dreams frequently that she is "urinating, and wakes to 
find herself on the point of doing so, requiring im- 
mediate relief. 1. 

Every scratch gets sore. -13. 

"On face, hands, neck and chest, bright scarlet eruption. 
exactly like scarlatina. 'Diphtheria. 51. 

"Bright scarlet redness on chest and round neck ; next 
day extending all over body except legs, which 
were, however, covered that night ; on this last and 
next day (5th and 6th days) when the fever and 
diphtheria were at their height, the skin in large 

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118. Skin. lac can. Generalities. 

patches assumed the dark red color bordering on 
purple, as seen in malignant cases, while the whole 
body seemed swollen. 'Diphtheria- 21. 

"Diphtheria with or following scarlatina. '-JO, 21. 

°Icthyosis, with bran-like desquamation of skin. 12 
(after Sulph. and Psor. had failed). 
12-10. "Several boils on 1. side. "Sick headaches. 15. 

"Crusts on skin, under which greyish yellow matter 
formed and was squeezed out. 32. 


*No inclination for the least exertion, would like to do 
nothing but sleep, le (20!) to 21<»). 

•Much lassitude. 2 (1). 

Totters when walking, *tired. 43 (19). 

"Heaviness, weakness, general languor. 'After Diph- 
theria. 25. 

"Profound depression of vitality. "Diphtheria. !). 

*General weakness and prostration very marked. 5. 
Great exhaustion, with "poisoned" feeling. 'Diphthe- 
ria. 20. 

"Profound prostration, to the extent of refusing to make 
the effort to take a dose of medicine. "Diphtheria. 
1250. °In the morning so much prostrated that she could not 
turn in bed ; so tired. "Diphtheria. 51. 

"Very weak. "Diphtheria. 12. 

"Prostration turns; every two hours like sinking, in 
typhoid fever. 'Diphtheria. 12. 

"Unable to leave bed. "Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 

"Sinking spells every morning, attended with great ner- 
vousness. "Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 

"Often feels as if she would lose use of limbs. «Ner- 
vous throat affection. 15. 

"Languid, strength giving out. "Diphtheria. 10. 

"Much prostrated. "Diphtheria. 16, 21, 23. 

Felt in fine spirits ; ran for nearly half a mile without 
fatigue. 4a (16). 

"When walking, seems to be walking on air ; when ly- 
ing, does not seem to touch the bed. (Axar., Chin., 
Coff., Nat., M., JVitx., Op., Rhus-, Sptg., Strum., 
Thuja.) 22. 

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Generalities. lac can. 119 

1260 Very nervous when trying to sleep. (Apis, Pkus.)3 (16). 

Feeling of great uneasiness during forenoon ; very 
nervous with trembling sensation through arms and 
chest. 4 (7) 

•Rheumatic pains in joints. 28. 

General feeling of illness all day, but no return of diar- 
rhoea. 44 (6). 

Has improved remarkably in flesh, and promises to have 
her bones fairly cushioned with fat; never showed 
any tendency to fatten before the proving. 41. 

Feeling very weak and depressed: went to bed at 8 p.m. 
from fatigue and indisposition; slept well till 9 a.m. 
44. ■ (7.) 

Felt very unwell. 44 (11). 

a Feels ill. "Diphtheria. 51. 

Woke late, with tired feeling and inclination to lie 
longer in bed ; better after dressing ; remainder of 
day tolerably comfortable. 44 (12). 

Indisposed all day, appetite poor. 44 (13). 
1270. Woke earlier than usual ; felt well till it p.m., unwell 
rest of day. 44 (17). 

"Restless, going from rocking-chair to lounge, back and 
forth. 'Diphtheria. 19. 

"Very restless, cannot stay indoors, and when out of 
doors cannot remain long in any place, runs all 
over town ; feels best when walking in open air. 26' 

"Restless all over, head, legs, and whole body. 'Diph- 
theria. 20, 26. 

oGreat restlessness over entire body. 'Diphtheria. 9. 

oRestlessness. "Diphtheria. 17, 19, 21. 

Utter inability to lie half a minute in one position, 
40 (3) 

°Restless day and night. ^Parenchymatous metritis. 32. 

"Numb pricking sensation all over body, arms and legs. 

"Pricking sensation over body, arms and legs. 'Diph- 
theria. 9. 
1280. General aggravation at 5 p.m. 'Diphtheria. 9. 

"Rheumatism of legs and chest symptoms. 14. 
''Aggravation of symptoms after sleep. (Kali-bich, 

Lach., Op., Stram.., Sulph.) eDiphtheria. 16, 20. 
The symptoms all through the proving have occurred 

ISO lac can. Generalities. 

periodically ; *worae morning of one day, and 
afternoon of next- 1 
((Aggravation morning of one day, evening of next. 

^Diphtheria. 9. 
Feeling as if she had taken cold, but was confident she 

had not. 5. 
A langour, a tired sleepy feeling during day; in fact, a 
longing to lie down ; often this feeling of drowsi- 
ness is so overcoming that they get up from one 
lounge only to fall on their face on another ; after- 
wards, usually increased appetite. 61. 
"Symptoms better in evening, moderately quiet at night, 
but worse from about 4 a.m. to 7 a.m. "Diphtheria. 
oNeuralgia and acute pains; rheumatism, gout; syphili- 
tic sciatica, sexual debility. 25. 
"Chronic rheumatism alternating sides ; much re- 
lieved. 14. 
1290. The pains commence on either sides ; they go from 
one side to the other; one side entirely recovering 
before the other is attacked. (See various symptoms 
given above). 
"The pains are constantly flying from one part to an- 
other. Puis. 13. 
"The characteristic is the erratic disposition of the 

symptoms. 45. 
"Syphilitic rheumatism, pains shifting; aggravations at 

5 pm. and 7 a.m. 'Diphtheria. 14. 
"Child prefers to sit up in its mother's arms, though 

weak. 'Diphtheria. 22. 
"Sequelae of diphtheria. 
"Sequelae of syphilis. 

"Child partially paralyzed after diphtheria; could not 
walk; pain all over, with cough, aphonia, loss of 
appetite, emaciation. 29. 
"The red, shining, glistening appearance is character- 
istic in any ulceration. 14. 
"Enlarged glands after scarlatina. 18. 
1300. "Cold durations. 18. 
Useful in scrofula. 18. 
"Rachitie. (Allopathic authority.) 
"Emaciation. 29, 33. 
"Chiefly affects left side. 50. 

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Generalities. lac can. 121 

Dioscorides, Rhasis, Pliny and Sextua recommend it 
for the removal of the dead foetus. Sammonicus 
and Sextus praise it in photophobia and otitis. 
Pliny claims that it cures ulceration of the internal 
os. It was considered an antidote to deadly poi- 
sons. (From C. H.) 

oPains all over as if in bones. "Diphtheria. 12. 

Pains in limbs. 53 (1). 

(Diphtheria. 17, 21. 

°Pains in all the bones. 
1310. 'Acute rheumatism. 52. 

°Many pains coming and going, and appearing now 
here, now there. "Acute rheumatism. 52. 

"Follows Lachesis well. 20. Hg. 

"Several cases cured resembled Lachesis. 'Diphtheria. 

"Follows well when Nitric Ac. seems indicated, but 
fails to act. 14. 


(1) Lack , Lye., Thuja. 

(2) Kali Inch, Merc, Nat. &'.. Nit. Ac 

Bellad. 200. Removed cough and soreness of chest. 

"After vomiting all day, had a rather severe faint in 
evening, and has felt weak and out of sorts ever 
since. "Sick headache. ]5. 

"Pains in limbs as if they had been beaten. "Pharyn- 
gitis. 12. 

"Certain forms of colic, or acute pains in certain por- 
tions of the body, as well as sore throats, when the 
pain alternates from one side to the other at regu- 
lar intervals, fi!). 
1320. "Pains and disorders of all kinds changing from one 
side to the other ; first observed in diphtheria, if 
first one then the other tonsil was affected, chang- 
ing repeatedly. 13. 

"Since sick headache was cured, has had to procure 
clothing of larger size. 74. (Authority J. T. Kent, 

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je 4, line 25 for molecure, read molecule. 
18, top, for Hycoph read Hypoch. 
30, S. 353 ; for rotton, read rotten. 

" " 364 ; for vulvae, read vulva. 

33, " 405 ; for ovarion, read ovarian. 

37, for Trifolia read Trifolium. 

41, No. 40 ; for hypergastric, read hypogastric. 

" " 41 ; for membraneous, read membranous. 

" " " for diphtheretic, read diphtheritic. 
47, S. 30 ; for puis., read Puis. 
49, S. 70 ; for Strout, read Stront. 

" S- 74 ; for Ramex read Rumex. 

51. 8. 112 ; for Mix read Thuj. 

52, S. 40 ; for Kalib, read Kali b. 
54. S. 103 ; for Thus read Thuj. 

57, 8. 230 j for Nitrogen, Protoxide, read Nitrogen 

60, 8- 380 ; for ol. an., read 01. an. 
74, 8- 486 ; for Jgnat, read Ignat. 

77, S . 545; for Poet Scarletina, read Post Scarlatinal. 

78, S- 547; for Strout, read Stront. 

79, S. 564 ; for Nat. Mur., read Nat. mur. 
82, S. 633 ; for Sach. Alb., read Sacch. alb. 

: 83, S. 647 ; for Nat. Nit., read Nat. nit. 

" S. 651 ; for Rau. bulb., read Ran. bulb. 

86, S. 696 ; for foeces, read faeces. 

90. S. 768 ; for glands, read glans. 
: 93. S. 826 ; for C. veg., read C. veg. 

94, for labia, read labium. 

: 97. S. S76 ; for Carb. au., read Carb. an. 
' 100, S. 933 ; for dispncea, read dyspnoea. 
' 107, S. 1070 ; for Nat. Carb., read Nat. carb. 
: 110, S. 1117 ; 

■ 111, S. 1131 ; for Graphal. read Gnaphal. 
' " " for Plaupn, read Plant, m. 

" for Tallur, read Tellur. 
" ] 132 ; for Ruta la., read Ruta, 1. a. 
113, S- 1136 ; for Pals., read Puis. 
' 113, S. 1152 ; for Iqn., read Ign. 
: " S. 1158 ; for Eupat. Perf., read Eupat. perf. 
1 116, S. 1225 ; for Mur. Ac, read Mur. ac. 
1 117, S. 1227 ; for Nat. C, read Nat. c. 

■ 118, S. 1259 ; for Nat. M., read Nat. m. 
■' 119, 8. 12«0 ; for Phus., read Rhus. 

' 121, S. 1310 ; for Lye, read Lye. 

' 121, S. 1310 ; for Nat. 8., read Nat. s. 

' 121,8. 1310 ; for Nit. Ac. read Nit. ac. 

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